The Sunday Times Bestseller
National Book Awards Winner 2018!
This is the must-read book that every woman needs.
"Brilliant, hysterical, truthful and real. These essays illuminate the path for our future female leaders." - Reese Witherspoon
We asked 52 women: what does the F word mean to you?
The result is extraordinary.
Curated by journalist and activist Scarlett Curtis, with incredible pieces by:
Emma Watson - Zoe Sugg - Keira Knightley - Gemma Arterton - Bridget Jones (by Helen Fielding) - Saoirse Ronan - Liv Little - Dolly Alderton - Karen Gillan - Alicia Garza - Jameela Jamil - Kat Dennings - Nimco Ali - Beanie Feldstein - Olivia Perez - Amika George - Evanna Lynch - Akilah Hughes - Tanya Burr - Grace Campbell - Alison Sudol - Elyse Fox - Charlie Craggs - Rhyannon Styles - Skai Jackson - Tasha Bishop - Lolly Adefope - Bronwen Brenner - Dr Alaa Murabit - Trisha Shetty - Jordan Hewson - Amy Trigg - Em Odesser - Emi Mahmoud - Lydia Wilson - Swati Sharma
Warning: contains a lot of feminism and some explicit content!
**Published in partnership with Girl Up, the UN women's foundation, royalties will benefit this amazing charity**
More praise for Feminists Don't Wear Pink:
"As a feminist who loves pink, I give this brilliant book of essays an enthusiastic "YES"" - Mindy Kaling
"A refreshing and honest celebration of all that it means to be a woman today." - Fearne Cotton
"Wonderfully candid, often funny and absolutely necessary, a triumphant rallying call to young women." - The Observer
"Pick it up and read one story from your favourite columnist or actress, but I guarantee you'll end up reading the full, illuminating collection, and you'll possibly finish it knowing more about your own personal stance than you imagined." - Glamour.co.uk
"This collection of essays curated by writer Scarlett Curtis is a call-to-arm that allows us to unpick what it means to be a feminist in a safe space." - Stylist.co.uk
"We advise placing a copy in the hands of every girl (and guy) you know." - Red Magazine
"Rousing contemporary essays" - The Observer