When Roxane Gay was first called a "feminist," she felt attacked. Society would have her believe feminists were all "angry, self-hating, man-hating" victims. Her first thought: How can I be considered a feminist if I willingly give blow jobs?Read Full Story
Next week, If I Stay opens in theaters, following the success of the young adult novel adaptation The Fault in Our Stars earlier this year. As always happens with movie adaptations of best-selling books, the question arises: Should I read the book first?Read Full Story
I'm that creepy girl at airports who looks over people's shoulders to see what they're reading. It's a book nerd thing. Truly, though, what we read says a lot about who we are. For instance, if you're reading a book about how to dispose of a dead body, I might switch seats.Read Full Story
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