I am in the middle of reading "How To Be a Woman" by Caitlin Moran. I have to keep stopping and attempting to read sections out to my husband while giggling until my eyes leak.
I don't watch TV or read newspapers so this is my first experience of Caitlin and I'm enjoying it immensely. I like her no nonsense style and her storytelling. After reading some other reviews, it's clear that this book is not for everyone but I do consider that some of the criticisms are wholly unfair. This is not an academic study of feminism but one woman's real, ranting and rather rude opinion, which is why I love it. I don't have to agree with everything Caitlin says but I admire that she has the courage to say what she thinks (which, surely, is one lesson we could all benefit from).