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How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran

By: KATE PARSONS

Juggling emotions and expectations, comparing models in magazines with the stretch marks in the mirror, sexism, bras, motherhood: there is a lot to being a woman today. Thankfully, British author Caitlin Moran, in her recent memoir How To Be A Woman, promises to...  READ MORE >>


By: LAUREN BOERSMA

“How to Be a Woman” is a raw exploration of what it is to be a woman in today’s world. Rather than creating an instruction manual, however, author Caitlin Moran has created a sort of guidebook. By telling her own story of growning up in...  READ MORE >>


By: HANNAH LEISMAN

How to Be a Woman makes no apologies. It is not, as the title suggests, a manual to proper femininity. Rather, it is a raw and comedic memoir that catches the reader off-guard and keeps her there. Through crude recounts of her fat...  READ MORE >>


By: JANNIFER KANG

First glance at the title, How to be a Woman, and a prospective buyer could mistake the book as a guide in becoming a woman. And in some ways it is. It is a guide in Caitlin Moran’s exploration of becoming the woman she is today. Moran essentially...  READ MORE >>


By: LAURA SHEPPARD

From the pages of How To Be A Woman, Caitlin Moran leaps as a character so vivid, readers may feel as if they met the author for coffee just last week to discuss pop culture and the patriarchy. Her writing is candid and riotously funny as she...  READ MORE >>

How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran