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Be the best feminist you can be—or at least look like one—with this definitive manual, from the satirical creators of the wildly popular "feminist Onion" humor website, Reductress.
From hot feminist sex to a trendy feminist up-do, the bold and brilliant minds behind Reductress reveal the secrets to being super progressive—and cool, hip, and pretty. Feminism today means demanding gender equality—and a fabulous manicure. After all, we’re not wearing girdles and cleaning the house anymore. We’re wearing Spanx and hiring a cleaning lady. That’s feminism!
How to Win at Feminism defines what’s feminist and what isn’t, shows you how to take up space (but not too much space), identifies which clothes and products to be offended by, and offers funny insight, knowledge, tips, and advice every fourth-wave feminist needs, including:
How to Love Your Body Even Though Hers is BetterThe 9 Circles of Hell for Women Who Don’t Help Other Women Designer Handbags to Hold All Your FeminismHow to Apologize for Having it AllFinding Your Spirit FeministRebranding Your Relationship Issues as Feminist IssuesHow to Do More With 33 Cents Less
With this ultimate guide—complete with four-color sidebars and illustrations—you can femsplain feminism to basic friends, and and learn how to battle the patriarchy while maintaining a dependable moisturizing routine. We may have come a long way, baby, but we have a long way to go. How to Win at Feminism is the road map to get there!
The writers behind the hilarious satirical website The Reductress skewer the most ridiculous tropes and clich s of millennial-era feminism in this send-up of advice books targeted at women. An "official timeline of feminism" sets the tone, marking women's suffrage and the birth of Beyonc as equally relevant, along with chapter introductions revering feminist "patron saints" like Oprah and Lena Dunham. The writers provide shrewd commentary on the divisiveness of feminist culture in which women are pitted against and ordered to support one another at the same time. Hillary Clinton tops a list of "bad feminists" because "her Twitter is whack." Instead of the no-makeup selfie, they recommend the "no-self selfie" because "it takes a strong woman to show others the room she's in." The text is accompanied by stock photos curated for maximum absurdity, funny fake advertisements, and graphs, including one on work-life balance that asks, "What's the most you can achieve without fucking up your kids?" Readers who cringe at popular culture's use of the words spirit animal, don't think their outfits should be a measure of commitment to the cause, and are tired of hearing about "having it all" will enjoy the irreverence.