How to be a woman
In the last week or so I've been reading Caitlin Moran's 'How to be a woman'. I think she's hilarious and love her style and tone of writing. Even if I don't agree with everything she says, the strength of her opinions and the blunt and funny way she puts them across did sometimes make me stop and think about feminism, and being a woman in our modern world.
The strangest side effect of reading the early parts of the book was that for days afterwards long-forgotten memories of my own teenage years kept popping into my head. Turns out, when you're almost 30, it's easier to look back and laugh than you might ever have thought.
- Panasonic DMC-TZ10