The Vagina Monologues for the 21st century - all new all true stories.
Nimko Ali is a feminist, anti-FGM campaigner and professional
over-sharer. She has spoken at events, including Women of the
World, The Girl Summit, and the UN Commission on the Status of
Women. She has also won numerous awards, including being named one
of the Cosmopolitan's Woman of the Year 2010, BBC's 100
Women of 2013, Red magazine Woman of the Year 2014 and 6th
on the Woman's Hour Power List 2014. Most recently she was named by
The Sunday Times as one of Debrett's 500 most
influential people in Britain.
She continues to campaign against the practice of FGM and for women's issues and currently works for the Women's Equality Party and as an independent adviser on a number of government and non-government bodies.
Hilarious and heart-breaking at the same time, Nimko has
blown apart all taboos ... Essential reading for everyone --
Scarlett Curtis, author of Feminists Don't Wear Pink
A beautiful book with such a wide range of uplifting but often heart-breaking stories. Made us cry and think in equal measure.
Nimko Ali: a heroine for our time destroys the notion of things being too rude to discuss -- Caitlin Moran, author of How to Be a Woman
Rude is going to shift the conversation around women's bodies. -- Amika George, founder of Free Periods Campaign
Nimko says it how it is. There is no subject too rude for her to tackle. We should all be talking about our vaginas and she is leading the way. -- Bryony Gordon, author of Mad Girl
Nimko Ali is my hero! She's an anti-FGM activist and is responsible for changing laws across the globe! She is also hilarious and wonderful. -- Zoe Sugg (Zoella)
Nimko Ali: a heroine for our time destroys the notion of things being too rude to discuss * Caitlin Moran, Author of How to Be a Woman *