The Good Girl Revolution


If things are as bad as you say in the book, then how can there be a rebellion? It must be insignificant, right?

Well, there are pockets of resistance, but I wouldn't call them insignificant.  In fact,  I found that there is actually a relationship between the public display of sexuality, and young people seeking an alternative. The more crude things get, the more obvious it is that there is a defect in our current philosophy of empowerment. When you start talking about pressure on gradeschoolers to look "hot," it's pretty clear that something has gone very wrong. And the thing is, this is obvious to the young people themselves. You can't dip your toe into mature waters when you're already swimming in a triple-X lake to begin with. They're sick of this stuff being pushed on them.


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“Every revolution was first a thought in one man's mind”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson