Personal and fearless - a call to arms for feminists new, old and as yet unrealised by one of our most outspoken feminist writers.
'With wit, insight and glorious, righteous rage, Clementine Ford lays out all the ways in which girls and women are hurt and held back, and unapologetically demands that the world do better. A passionate and urgently needed call to arms, Fight Like A Girl insists on our right to be angry, to be heard and to fight. It'll change lives.' Emily Maguire, author of An Isolated Incident
A friend recently told me that the things I write are powerful for her because they have the effect of making her feel angry instead of just empty. I want to do this for all women and young girls - to take the emptiness and numbness they feel about being a girl in this world and turn it into rage and power. I want to teach all of them how to FIGHT LIKE A GIRL. Clementine Ford
Online sensation, fearless feminist heroine and scourge of trolls and misogynists everywhere, Clementine Ford is a beacon of hope and inspiration to thousands of Australian women and girls. Her incendiary debut Fight Like A Girl is an essential manifesto for feminists new, old and soon-to-be, and exposes just how unequal the world continues to be for women. Crucially, it is a call to arms for all women to rediscover the fury that has been suppressed by a society that still considers feminism a threat.
Fight Like A Girl will make you laugh, cry and scream. But above all it will make you demand and fight for a world in which women have real equality and not merely the illusion of it.
Clementine Ford is a freelance writer, broadcaster and public speaker based in Melbourne.
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Shortlisted ABA Nielsen BookData Booksellers Choice Award 2017 AU; Winner ABIA Awards - Matt Richell Award for New Writer of the Year 2017 AU; Shortlisted ABIA Awards - General Non-Fiction Book of the Year 2017 AU; Shortlisted Indie Book Awards - Best Non-fiction 2017 AU
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Allen & Unwin
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