A Little F'd Up: Why Feminism Is Not a Dirty Word

A Little F'd Up: Why Feminism Is Not a Dirty Word

by Julie Zeilinger

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ISBN-13: 9781580053716
Publisher: Da Capo Press
Publication date: 04/10/2012
Edition description: Original
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 526,948
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Originally from Pepper Pike, Ohio, 18-year-old Julie Zeilinger is currently an undergraduate at Barnard College, Columbia University. The founder and editor of the FBomb (thefbomb.org) a feminist blog and community for teens and young adults who care about their rights and want to be heard, Zeilinger has been named one of the eight most influential bloggers under the age of 21 by Woman’s Day magazine, one of More Magazine’s “New Feminists You Need To Know,” one of The Times' “40 Bloggers Who Really Count,” and one of the Plain Dealer’s “Most Interesting People of 2011.” She has contributed to the Huffington Post, Feminist.com, Skirt! magazine, and the Cleveland Jewish News, among other publications.

Table of Contents

Foreword Jessica Valenti vii

Introduction l

Part 1 The Badasses Who Came Before Us: A Brief History of Feminism 9

Part 2 Please Stop Calling Me a Feminazi (or Houston, We Have a PR Problem) 77

Part 3 Feminists without Borders: Why Us v. Them Is Self-Defeating 113

Part 4 Feminism and the Internet: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 137

Part 5 Global Misogyny: The Cold, Hard Facts 163

Part 6 Feminism: Your Secret Weapon for Growing Up 187

Resources 227

Notes 237

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A Little F'd Up: Why Feminism Is Not a Dirty Word 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
SandSing7 on LibraryThing 7 months ago
Zeilinger tells her readers (her target audience being female members of her own generation) everything they need to know about the history, current perception, and possible future paths of the feminist movement, while providing a balanced, honest opinion on its highs and lows. The trick is that in doing this she still comes across as a normal, likeable young woman. She's not preachy or overly intense, the text reads well (although I do think there were points where she got a tad too casual for my taste), and the boxes of additional information that covered everything from historical events to important people were interesting and informative. The best part about this book is that it's a READABLE book on feminism and so you can recommend it, and recommend it I shall.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She waits for Kyle.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Thanks."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thanks! Tell meh there!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can you get me one i need to date i am 11
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This guy works at walmart.... he started of saying hi to me and waving as he walked by.... cuz i work for pepsi so i fill pop shelves.... anyway... he started talking to me and he is sooooo nice. I started looking forward to seeing him and the other day i had to leave and he acted like he was gonna give me a hug. Then today i told him that because of school that saturday was gonna be my last day and he made a pouty face but i told him i was gonna give him my number and email.... and i wrote it out and gave it to him and we hugged foe real it was so amazing! This morning (i actuallywork or my dad who works for pepsi) my dad said he saw brandon keep on looking at me and smiling..... idk i will get to see him every two weeks on saturdays cuz thts when we work out of school hrs but idk... do u thin he likes me? Oh but there is one other slight problem.... he is 24 and i am 14.... i really like him a lot! What shuld i do? ~hailey
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ChakraBT More than 1 year ago
This young women really tells it like it is. It should be required reading for anyone in politics who is trying to figure out why so many young people don't vote.