(That's a compliment.) -- Molly Young * The New York Times Book Review *Hilarious and liberating * Fashion Me Now *There are some really genius life lessons to be learnt, such as ditching "bikini body" guilt and embracing the Not Sorry Method. Sarah Knight is like a modern-day Mary Poppins for mental clutter .
This book is kicking ass all over bestseller lists. You won't be disappointed -- Jen Kirkman This year's must-read [self-help] title -- Katie Glass * The Sun *The self-help equivalent of a Weird Al parody song. And her spoonful of sugar is her wicked sense of humour.
Where Sales’ and Massey’s definitions both work from within the discourse of women who date men, it takes on a range of different meanings—and inspires different debates—in other contexts.
“Fuckboy is not a dating style,” claims Alana Massey, “so much as a worldview that reeks of entitlement but is aghast at the prospect of putting in effort.” Elaborating on this claim over the phone, she told me that, to her, a fuckboy is a man who wants a girlfriend without the attendant responsibilities.
-- Nicole Elphick * Daily Life *Perfect for any woman who's finding the festive season a bit too much * The Sun *Highly amusing * Mslexia *The missing life manual that everyone should get at birth.
* Elle Australia *The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F--k stands out from the self-help pack not only for its frank language and sense of humour, but also because it is about less in a culture of more.
Fuckboys “become emotional vampires to women who aren’t even their girlfriends.” If Sales and Massey agree on anything, it’s that a fuckboy is the worst kind of guy, or at least one who represents the worst trends of the present moment.
In her response to Sales, Massey sets out to explain what’s wrong with modern men.