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A eso nos reduce ese trabajo, no somos personas, no tenemos un cuerpo las putas porque un cuerpo es un todo.

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Llamemos a las cosas por su nombre, le choque a quien le choque. TinyLetter Twitter Instagram Tumblr The writing is engaging and it’s worth repeating that she’s fierce.

There were quite a few topics I would have loved for her to expand on – such as her hypotheses about rapists’ motivations and opinions about what they’ve done – but I guess they didn’t seem as meaningful to her.

Cosas de la vida. Me di cuenta de muchas cosas. Quotes from King Kong Theorie. There are plenty of blank pages between chapters and the print is large so that this reads like a collection of articles or a pamphlet, scarcely a book at all. How Legalizing Prostitution Has Failed?

This book is in part a rumination on the consequences of making the film and so is both a memoir and polemic.

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Her context, other than being French and a woman, is three-fold: Similarly, Despentes’ attack on one part of ‘bourgeois’ French womanhood, working against the interests of the rest, rings true in both cultures but is far more institutionalised in French culture – perhaps because Catholicism sets a moral framework even amongst middle class secularists and socialists. Geld verdienen mit Amazon. Ahora, hablemos un poco de quien es Virginie Despentes. Despentes points out that it’s often men as well as women who suffer from traditional norms because the pressure to conform also applies to them – and she tries to pin down who profits from this system.


By the end, I became pretty convinced that it’s the latter. Ni los grandes discursos, ni los grandes libros, ni las grandes cosas.

Todo lo que no deja huella. Feb 28, Ninon rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s the same thing for being a woman: She writes of the damage it did to her but also of her refusal to let it define her subsequent existence although, in fact, it has, as the very fact of writing ‘Baise-Moi’ testifies.

Me encanta esa mezcla. There’s much more to it than that. Amazon Business Kauf ubeno Rechnung. Hablo con ejemplos del lenguaje fiolo, un lenguaje que tapa, maquilla y distorsiona la realidad. A los hombres les gusta hablar de las mujeres. No trivia or quizzes yet. So this book, despite its flaws, is strongly recommended if only for creating a tough feminist framework which intelligent men can relate to.

Es verdad que a veces se me cruzan los cables y estallo. Jul 15, MissSugarTown rated it it was amazing.

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Do you want everyone to see you as a woman who has been subject to that? But her strongest passages are on rape where she speaks from experience. Francamente, me alegro por todas a las que les convienen las cosas tal y como son.


She is angry, full stop. Throughout the book, I found myself wondering if Despentes was delivering a critique of oppositional sexism or contr I like Despentes’ directness, anger, and energy.


Most of her discussions open with her own experiencees. Por eso nunca se nos llama al orden de una manera tan severa y estricta como en el territorio de las clases pudientes: There is no value in the struggle of both men and women for liberation if men get all soft and turn into guilt-ridden jelly – few women want that in any case. Lists with This Book.

Los hombres saben bueon que nosotras lo que podemos dexpentes sobre nosotras mismas.

Virginoe soy dulce no soy amable no soy una pija. It is also so ‘French’ as to make it dangerously close to being dismissed in Anglo-Saxon circles. A prostitute is, more often than not, not the drug-crazed trafficked innocent imported to meet the narrative needs of politicians but, literally, a working girl with an eye to the main chance. Even today, when women publish lots of novels, you rarely get female characters that are unattractive or plain, unsuited to loving men or to being loved by them.