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Feminist Werewolf

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"I have a Feminist Werewolf. She emerges way more often than the full moon. She eats the men who try to explain her to me. She is sharp and filthy and focused. I love her."

By the writer who brought you "Next-Level Rage Stroke: Harvey F***ing Weinstein," comes this collection of funny, searing, expletive-filled essays and poems on beauty, parenting, consent, catcalling, r
Kindle Edition, 90 pages
Published October 16th 2017
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Katie Anthony
I wrote this book so I'm not going to review it, but I DO just want to let you know that 100% of the $$ from these books go to anti-sexual-violence organizations. RAINN and Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault got the first 5 months of sales, and now the $$ is going to SAFESTAR, an org assisting sexual assault survivors in Native communities, and Girls for Gender Equity, the org run by none other than #MeToo founder Tarana Burke. ...more
Nov 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Katie tells it like it is, or at least that's what the women I've showed the book to confirmed. It's sad. I found the book thought provoking. It gave me an insight into what harassment of women really looks like and why it persists.
Katie's language can be a little raw, but it fits the subject.
Her open letter to Roy Moore posted on her blog brought this refreshing woman to my attention.
A should read for everyone.
Jan 29, 2018 rated it really liked it
I loved this book; so so much. There was a lot of great content and I loved the mix of narrative and poems. There was some content about parenting which I cannot relate to but the content was still relevant to women. I would read this while working out on the elliptical, which is why it took awhile.

A great, quick read. And proceeds from purchasing the book benefit RAINN. Loved it.
Stefanie Gilmour
Jan 25, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Katie Anthony doesn’t pull punches in her humorous, and startling accurate, commentary on how ladies navigate the day-to-day obstacle course of being a woman. The mix of short essays and poems were well crafted and highly relatable. Even her notes on parenting had me nodding as I read, despite not being a parent myself.

One of my largest, personal takeaways from this was a validation of my own feminist werewolf. What is a Feminist Werewolf? In Katie’s own words: “She's fierce and merciless and s
May 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This. Is. Amazing. Please read this. Worth it for the Harvey Fucking Weinstein alone. Go read this right now. It's short, so no excuses. ...more
Connie Hall
Jan 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a quick and empowering read. With humor, so also, fun! She manages to make some very important points - it is simultaneously serious and hilarious.
Jul 23, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I think my problem with this book was that I read it all at once. If I'd have read it over multiple different days I think I might have enjoyed it more because it would have been like a daily dose of feminism. However, after a while I became overwhelmed with all the feminism that was getting thrown at and just wanted to finishing reading so that I could put the book down.

That isn't to say that I don't like feminism or this book is bad. This book opened my eyes o a lot of different issues that I
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