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For me as an academically unpolished English reader the book was a clear, well organized and fun lecture. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Flora Pudelkova
I am a woman, and used to like Bitch.
But even I have my limits. After enough years, issue after issue of uncompromising anger and judgement turned even me off. Read more
But it is still opening the mind and heart with it's stories and crossing bridges...i am going to refrain from specifics until I read more of it.Published 17 months ago by onegirlpedals
You will find yourself explained here, your friends, and learn about new perspectives you may have only passively heard about.Published 22 months ago by Megan
I very much enjoyed reading these essays again. Even though time could have made them a little less relevant, I find that is not the case. Read morePublished on May 19, 2013 by violetcherry
every magazine must hope for when showcasing its best work. Thoughtful and far-reaching with enough light-hearted stuff to make it amusing bedtime reading... Read morePublished on September 17, 2012 by E. Jahneke
I bought this book because I've read a couple issues of Bitch Magazine and have been pretty impressed so far. Read morePublished on December 25, 2011 by B.E.
This is a great collection of writings from a thought-provoking website. A little bit of something for every fem reader.Published on January 27, 2011 by Libster2122
The price of the book alone is worth the stunning introduction by comedienne Margaret Cho. She'll give any woman enough reason to declare with sincerity that she is a bitch without... Read morePublished on January 24, 2010 by RealGrrl