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Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman Book Review

Among certain people, the idea of a proper female is slim, conventionally attractive and compliant.

Lindy West is none of those things. She is also brilliant and not afraid to call out the b*llshit when she sees it.

In her 2016 book, Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman, West lays it all on the line. She rubs some people the wrong way just for being herself. She is not a size 2, outspoken and unlike many people, says what we all are thinking.

I loved this book and I loved how authentic she is. When confronted by jokes or comments that are distasteful or rude, most of us adhere to the rules of politeness that we learned as children. But not Lindy West.

That is why I loved this book and I absolutely recommend it.

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