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You Do You: a collection of essays about raising strong girls

It’s been a week that was many years long.

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One thing is clear. We have a lot of work to do to dismantle the culture of sexism that we are raising our kids in. Β It’s each of our responsibilities to challenge the gender stereotypes, toxic masculinity, and rape cultureΒ that persists at the highest levels in our institutions. One way to do this is to provide our kids with books that showcase women and girls sharing their stories, perspectives, voices and experiences. Luckily, we now have a new book that does just THAT, across generations, out just this week. I’m proud to have a poem in this new anthology.

You Do You is the sixth book in the New York Times best selling I Just Want to Pee Alone series, which has tackled a variety of topics since 2012 – including parenthood, relationships, and the cult of female perfection – all with a broad range of voices, from the cynical, to the ugly-cry, to the outright hilarious. Continue reading