Girls Gone Mild: Young Women Reclaim Self-Respect and Find It's Not Bad to Be Good
At twenty-three, Wendy Shalit punctured conventional wisdom with A Return to Modesty, arguing that our hope for true lasting love is not a problem to be fixed but rather a wonderful instinct that forms the basis for civilization. Now, in Girls Gone Mild, the brilliantly outspoken author investigates an emerging new movement. Despite nearly-naked teen models posing seductively to sell us practically everything, and the proliferation of homemade sex tapes as star-making vehicles, a youth-led rebellion is already changing course.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - readingtangent - LibraryThing
In the well-written and well-argued Girls Gone Mild, Wendy Shalit examines the repercussions of the '60s sexual revolution on today’s girls and women. Like Ariel Levy’s Female Chauvinist Pigs, Girls ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Risako - LibraryThing
This book starts off well, pointing out that the measure of adulthood or of being a worthwhile human being shouldn't be sluttiness. Where I must part company with it with absolute horror is in its ... Read full review