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Not That Bad
Dispatches from Rape Culture
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Full of spectacular writing from both established and emerging voices. * Elle * an unflinching look at the world and the way in which women are treated...In this potent book, these are the stories that need to be heard; these are the stories that will make change happen. * Emerald Street * The lauded social critic and provocateur curates a diverse and unvarnished collection of personal essays reckoning with the experiences and systemic dysfunction that produced #MeToo. * O: The Oprah Magazine * Gay's introduction moved me to tears, as did many of the pieces contributed by household names-Gabrielle Union, Ally Sheedy-but accounts from "regular" women moved me even more. Perhaps that's the lesson we're meant to take away from Not that Bad: we're all "regular." Shocking as they are, many of these stories will be familiar to us all-and we all deserve better * Glamour * The diversity is striking - not only of perspectives, but approach, too. This is a book of testimonies, indignations, reproaches, meditations, written with poignancy and skill. * TLS * an important book...observationally sharp, the writing often as vivid as bruises...the voices here are clear and compelling and crushing. * Observer *
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Roxane Gay is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Bad Feminist and Hunger, the novel An Untamed State, and the short story collections Difficult Women and Ayiti. A contributing opinion writer to the New York Times, she has also written for Time, the Los Angeles Times, The Nation, The Rumpus and Salon, amongst others. She is the author of World of Wakanda for Marvel. She lives in Los Angeles.
0: Introduction - Roxane Gay 1: Fragments - Aubrey Hirsch 2: Slaughterhouse Island - Jill Christman 3: & the Truth Is, I Have No Story - Claire Schwartz 4: The Luckiest MILF in Brooklyn - Lynn Melnick 5: Spectator: My Family, My Rapist, and Mourning Online - Brandon Taylor 6: The Sun - Emma Smith-Stevens 7: Sixty-Three Days - AJ McKenna 8: Only the Lonely - Lisa Mecham 9: What I Told Myself - Vanessa Martir 10: Stasis - Ally Sheedy 11: The Ways We Are Taught to Be a Girl - xTx 12: Floccinaucinihilipilification - So Mayer 13: The Life Ruiner - Nora Salem 14: All the Angry Women - Lyz Lenz 15: Good Girls - Amy Jo Burns 16: Utmost Resistance: Law and the Queer Woman or How I Sat in a Classroom and Listened to My Male 16 (cont.): Classmates Debate How to Define Force and Consent - V. L. Seek 17: Bodies Against Borders - Michelle Chen 18: Wiping the Stain Clean - Gabrielle Union 19: What We Didn't Say - Liz Rosema 20: I Said Yes - Anthony Frame 21: Knowing Better - Samhita Mukhopadhyay 22: Not That Loud: Quiet Encounters with Rape Culture Miriam - Zoila Perez 23: Why I Stopped - Zoe Medeiros 24: Picture Perfect - Sharisse Tracey 25: To Get Out from Under It - Stacey May Fowles 26: Reaping What Rape Culture Sows: Live from the Killing Fields of Growing Up Female in America - 26 (cont.): Elisabeth Fairfield Stokes 27: Invisible Light Waves - Meredith Talusan 28: Getting Home - Nicole Boyce 29: Why I Didn't Say No - Elissa Bassist I: Contributors II: Acknowledgments