You Don't Have to Like Me: Essays on Growing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding Feminism
by Alida Nugent Author
With humor, sincerity, and smarts, the author invites us to join her on her journey to embracing the word "feminism" - and the ideals, confidence, and boundaries that come with it. She writes about her personal growth, including surviving a teenage eating disorder, coming to embrace her biracial identity, realizing that friendships with other women are the most powerful force in the universe, and most of all what it took to grow into an empowered, feminist adult.
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