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Boys Will Be Boys: Media, Morality, and the Coverup of the Todd Palin Shailey Tripp Sex Scandal Paperback – Large Print, February 26, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
I hope this book and this story get the recognition and coverage it deserves. Her story is shocking, sad and empowering to women, all at the same time.
The detailed accounts of their trysts leaves the reader with ZERO DOUBT of the story's validity.
I commend Shailey on her bravery, and I simply hope that this story gets out into mainstream media.
Todd was also a whiny, needy, insecure little boy who needed to be reassured about his sexual prowess, his size and ability to please Shailey. He also had some wierd requests that Shailey went along with in order to provide for her kids. I can't imagine how Shailey got through this and came out whole but she did and my heart goes out to her.Read more ›
She demonstrates consciousness for others in her ongoing endeavors. I respect the "pay it forward" wisdom and caring. That works for me concerning domestic abuse and violence.
I hope that readers find the opportunity to hear a real narrative of hope and loving altruism in her book.
Hopefully, there will be more from Shailey Tripp to follow. And I know she will do it with grace and insight.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can't recommend this book highly enough. A real eye opener as far as the corrupt world of the infamous Alaskan Palins.Published 15 months ago by vhtg
I gave this book a five star review not because of the quality of the writing, which is a bit amateurish, but because of the courage displayed by the author. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Johnell Mclean
I read it because my friend from New Orleans is going to produce the movie. Can't wait for the movie. Read morePublished on March 16, 2014 by Transplanted Chicago Catholic School Girl
I was really sorry I supported this trashy book by ordering it. Sometimes one gives in to mere curiosity by buying trashy tabloids at the check stand which I figured this would be... Read morePublished on May 22, 2013 by Greenpeach
How many lie detector tests does one woman have to pass before her story about Todd Palin pimping her and other disadvantaged women out to his influential friends gets some media... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Jennifer Shepherd
This is a compelling book with simple dialogue and a glimpse at the under belly of the sex trade. Being an Alaskan, TPalin doesn't concern me as a "leader". Read morePublished on July 27, 2012 by AlaskaGrown
Shay Tripp has gone where no other woman has gone, well at least no one other than her going on the record about:
~Total corruption of Alaska's Anchorage PD & FBI
~Todd... Read more
One scandal after another and in such detail. Throughout the book she seems to want us to feel sorry for her, but the only ones I can feel sorry for are her children. Read morePublished on April 24, 2012 by Dawn
You have to ask yourself after reading Tripp's book is, who protects Todd Palin? Who protects Sarah Palin, who is also guilty of lying and criminal acts. Read morePublished on April 6, 2012 by Strawberry Fields