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When 53 percent of white women voted for Donald Trump and 94 percent of black women voted for Hillary Clinton, how can women unite in Trump's America?

Nasty Women includes inspiring essays from a diverse group of talented women writers who seek to provide a broad look at how we got here and what we need to do to move forward. Nasty Women features essays by Rebecca Solnit, Cheryl Strayed, Sarah Hepola, Nicole Chung, Katha Pollitt, Jill Filipovic, Samantha Irby, Randa Jarrar, Sarah Hollenbeck, Meredith Talusan, and Sarah Jaffe, among others.

©2017 Samhita Mukhopadhyay and Kate Harding (P)2018 Tantor

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"A searing and urgent collection . . . This book invites readers to converse, comfort, and hold one another accountable in the hope of igniting radical, intersectional change." ---Booklist Starred Review

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I love Bahni Turpin...BUT I would have preferred each essay to be read by a different voice. It was a little weird hearing these gloriously diverse written voices being read by the same human voice. Ideally, each essay would be read by its author, but I understand the logistical issues with that.

If not, I wish they had edited in a slightly longer pause at the conclusion of each essay/chapter. These essays inspire a lot of thought and contemplation, and on two occasions, I found I had missed the transition between essays because I was pondering something the previous essayist had written.

In terms of content, I loved the diversity of perspective. As a white woman, I am always in search of more ways to make my activism more intersectional. Although I would have found this book very therapeutic right after the election, I found it exhausting. I'm tired of looking backward - let's look forward and figure out how to build a better America for everyone, despite our challenges under the current administration.

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