I wish this book was around when I was in that awkward stage of adolescence. You know, that phase in which you're supposed to hate the world and fall madly in love with shitty teen pop stars? Well Caitlin Moran does a fantastic job of introducing feminism to women. She's funny, entertaining, and above all, she's unashamedly honest. I found myself looking forward to reading about her childhood and her transition into becoming a women. While I'm too young to understand the pains and labors of having children, it was really interesting to read her experience with childbirth and abortion. Moran had her share of valid points and a few I didn't quiet agree with. I did learn a few things but I felt like everything Moran has written about feminism has already been said. I couldn't help but wish this book came out about four years ago when I could have used the more basic, introductory, knowledge of feminism. That being said, it's worth the read!