'THE BEAUTY MYTH' FOR THE INSTAGRAM GENERATIONWomen Don't Owe You Pretty
ultimate book for anyone who wants to challenge the out-dated narratives supplied to us by the patriarchy.
Through Florence's story you will learn how to protect your energy, discover that you are the love of your own life, and realise that today is a wonderful day to dump them.
Florence Given is here to remind you that you owe men nothing, least of all pretty
.WARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT CONTENT (AND A LOAD OF UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTHS).
THE FEMINIST BOOK EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT.'An incredible mouthpiece for modern intersectional feminism.' - Glamour'A fearless book.' - Cosmopolitan 'A hugely influential young woman.' - Woman's Hour 'Rallying, radical and pitched perfectly for her generation.' - Evening Standard
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 11 Jun 2020
Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
Publication City, Country: United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 21.4(H) x 13.6(L) x 2.4(W)
Weight (gm): 360
Florence Given is an absolute powerhouse who relentlessly reminds women and femmes of their power, worth and intelligence through witty illustrations, clever ideas and an unwavering sense of confidence to deliver it all. Florence has a way of effortlessly reminding you of who you were before the world barged in and I hope as many people as possible are able to cross paths with her wonder! - Chidera Eggerue AKA The Slumflower, author of What A Time to Be Alone
An incredibly empowering artist. - Rita Ora
Game-changing. - Diva Magazine
A vital read...empowering. - GayTimes
An accessible exploration of feminism built around the historic and modern expectations of women. - Living etc
A deep dive into subjects like self-love, empowerment and patriarchy [that] aims to appeal to women (and men!) in all stages of their feminist journeys. - Wonderland Magazine
A comet trapped in a human. - Catherine Gray, bestselling author of Unexpected Joy of Being Sober
A London-based artist and writer, Florence addresses social issues with unique and playful illustrations. She grew up in Plymouth and attended London College of Fashion for one year, leaving to pursue art and writing. Boasting 585k followers on Instagram, her work confronts oppressive attitudes towards women and their bodies, and she uses her platform to raise awareness of issues surrounding sexuality, consent, race and gender.