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Dirty Girls: The Naked Truth about Our Guilty Secrets (Unpretty, Unclean, and Utterly Horrifying)by Gillian Telling
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The Naked Truth Isn't Always Pretty.
A no-holds-barred look at the hilarious underbelly of what it means to be female, Dirty Girls lays bare the secrets of the fairer sex.
Women don't come from a different planet than men. In fact, both sexes want the exact same things: success, friendships, semifunctional families, semifunctioning relationships, good bodies, and lots and lots of great sex.
But there's more. Even though we pluck, we wax, and we put on war paint to mask our blemishes, we also regularly watch porn. We wear our bikini bottoms when we run out of clean underwear. When we're alone, we eat Cheetos and peanut butter on a spoon for dinner.
Women are fascinating, beautiful, and, yes, disgusting creatures, and we shouldn't be ashamed of it. Dirty Girls exposes the filthy, lazy, fabulous truth that everything boys can do, girls can do better.
From "Maxim's "female sex columnist, a no-holds barred look at what it really means to be female
As "Maxim's "female sex columnist Gillian Telling sees it, women don't come from a different planet than men. In fact, both sexes want the exact same things: success, health, friendship, money, careers, semi-functional families, semi-functioning relationships, good bodies, and lots and lots of great sex. A manifesto of feminist wit in the vein of the best of Cynthia Heimel, "Dirty Girls "takes on some of the popular myths about women (the ability to bathe and feed oneself regularly, fidelity, attitudes about sex) and debunks them with hilarious examples from the darker side of the fairer sex.
From "Maxim's" female sex columnist comes a no-holds barred look at what it really means to be female. "Dirty Girls" takes on some of the popular myths about women and debunks them with hilarious examples from the darker side of the fairer sex.
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