By Hadley Freeman
Hadley Freeman, parent positive aspects author and writer of the preferred 'Ask Hadley…' column, reminds the fashionable girl to 'Be Awesome'. 'Being unmarried is usually impressive. you could depart a celebration should you are looking to, no matter if that be 9pm or 9am; you don't need to dwell in worry of ever listening to your self defined as "my greater half"; and you may spend all day mendacity at the couch on your pajamas gazing "Murder She Wrote" and consuming peanut butter instantly out of the jar' masking subject matters very important for any smooth lady to contemplate (from 'How to learn women's magazines with out eager to develop a penis' to 'Beyond the armpit: a consultant to being a contemporary day feminist'), 'Be Awesome' tackles physique picture, intercourse, relationship and feminism head on. With an perspective that's unfalteringly humorous, clever and unusually heartwarming, Hadley Freeman is a voice of sanity that each lady should still listen.
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