A collection of hilarious personal essays and political commentary from the charming, feminist and wickedly funny creator and host of the "Throwing Shade" podcast and TV Land show.
"Am I allowed to do this?
Most of my decisions in life have been preceded by this question.
Some of the rules women are expected to follow are obvious ... DON'T: be loud/muscular/good at math ... DO: be helpful/have babies/smile. Some are ambiguous and subjective."
Erin Gibson has a plan for women to make our future the one Beyonce already thinks we have. In Feminasty-titled after her nickname on "Throwing Shade"-she has written a collection of make-you-laugh-until-you-cry essays that expose the hidden rules that make life as a woman harder and deconstructs them in a way that's bold and funny and provocative. Whether it's shaming women for having their periods, allowing them into STEM fields but never treating them like they truly belong, or dictating strict rules for how they should dress in every situation, Erin feels that oppression is both organized and chaotic, purposeful and unintentional. That doesn't make it impossible to dismantle, it just means we have to recognize and destroy the problems one by one. In Feminasty she will start the revolution.