I must admit, I was a little put off this by the title, but when I found out it was written by Caitlin Moran, who I was familiar with due to her stint in the music press, I was brought around. Moran's book is an analysis of feminism and how far it has come in the last 30 or so years, partly based on her own life experiences. She discusses subjects such as burgeoning sexuality, chirdbirth, clothing and more taboo subjects such as abortion. Her writing is frank, honest and rife with razor sharp wit, and I honestly struggled to put this book down. I also think it has universal appeal, though readers not familiar with this subject should approach with an open mind (it will likely make you even more open minded!). An excellent read.