Forty women on what the F word means to them, curated by Sunday Times columnist Scarlett Curtis
Scarlett Curtis is a writer, journalist, blogger and activist.
She curated the Sunday Times bestselling Feminists Don't
Wear Pink and other lies, which won the National Book Award
2018. She is the co-founder of The Pink Protest and in 2018 worked
on the campaign to end period poverty in the UK.
She has had work published in The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times, Vogue and a number of other online and offline magazines and newspapers. She is a contributing editor for The Sunday Times Style newspaper titled The Generation Z Hit List; her job is essentially to watch TV, google things and listen to podcasts and she really can't imagine anything better.
From Scarlett's captivating and grounding introduction to angry
tales of personal experiences ... this book has a bit of
everything. I guarantee you'll end up reading the full,
illuminating collection, and you'll possibly finish it knowing more
about your own personal stance than you imagined. * Glamour.co.uk
This collection of essays curated by writer Scarlett Curtis is a call-to-arms that allows us to unpick what it means to be a feminist in a safe space. It's not trying to be the definitive book on feminism but it will keep the conversation going L-O-U-D-L-Y. * Stylist.co.uk *