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    PDF FREE Moxie Author Jennifer Mathieu ò Jennifer Mathieu I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone It is so empowering and heartwarming to see these high school girls banding together to fight back against the sexism they face on a daily basisMOXIE GIRLS FIGHT BACKContent warning sexual assault rape

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Review Á Moxie Author Jennifer Mathieu Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free An unlikely teenager starts a feminist revolution at a small town Texas high schoolMOXIE GIRLS FIGHT BACKVivian Carter is fed up Fed up with an administration at her high school that thinks the football team can do no wrong Fed up with sexist dress codes hallway harassment and gross comment. In light of Kirkus gross review of this an added paragraph I do not at all agree that this book drives away male allies Given the content of the book Kirkus was referring to I am of the opinion that this is a really gross opinion If you think calling out a person who s victim blaming a rape survivor is the same as driving away male allies please consider blocking me This isn t even an accurate concern The dude we re referring too the main character s boyfriend is given a chance to learn from his gross comments and begin working through his own misogyny God I don t even know if I would ve given someone a chance to redeem themselves from some of the things said in this book No the main character does not consider it acceptable that her boyfriend implies rape is the victim s fault You know why she s not okay with that Because it s a gross belief and it s not one anyone should accept in a boyfriend I m trying to be sympathetic to other opinions here but Kirkus review is not a different opinion on a book or a different viewpoint on how feminism works It s an ideology and it s a fucking terrible one It is perfectly acceptable to dislike this book we all like and dislike stuff but the fact that you don t give a shit about rape victims whether they be men or women isn t one of them Thanks WE RE DONE WITH THE SEXIST BULLSHIT LET S REVIEWOkay basic premise A bunch of girls join together to protest sexism at their school The book starts out without a ton of character depth with the obvious feminist girl and the obvious naysayer girl and the obvious boyfriend The book proceeds to smack down all of your expectations for how this is going to play out The best friend isn t vilified for not starting out as an ardent feminist The boyfriend s occasional problematic actions are called out in a really healthy way Even the obvious popular girl who loves dating and guys gets a character arc and isn t slutshamed I kind of love how unapologetically feminist this book is The author touches on a lot of different feminist topics and even mentions how those topics intersect with lgbt issues and with racism I was expecting the book to be very one dimensional dealing with those topics But this book was better than that There are characters who do sexist things despite trying their best other characters call them out and they grow and change Yay for second chances and character development I have to say I would ve appreciate a bit actual intersectionality rather than characters just talking about it But in general that aspect of the book was great Aside from discussing the basic premise and etc etc etc everything about this is solid contemporary material The characters are well drawn with good arcs although none of them resonated with me in any particular way The romance is sweet the plot is interesting the writing is uite compelling I don t have anything amazing to say and I don t have anything particularly bad to say What made this book stand out to me was the interesting and non stereotypical dialogue around feminism I would like to add a trigger warning for a lot of gross things being said about rape victims which are called out obviously Do you want to read this yet Because I loved it and I hope everyone else will too And of course if you get an arc of this please check the blurbs on page one because I m uotedBlog Goodreads Twitter Youtube

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Review Á Moxie Author Jennifer Mathieu Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ust blowing off steam but other girls respond As Viv forges friendships with other young women across the divides of cliues and popularity rankings she realizes that what she has started is nothing short of a girl revolution Moxie is a book about high school life that will make you wanna ri. A little uiz1 A guy who repeatedly yells to you Make me a sandwich and wears a t shirt with the words Nice legs when do they open isa badb goodc I don t know2 Who should be punished for breaking school dress code a girl who wears a scoop neck shirt or a guy who wears a t shirt with a big arrow pointing to bellow his waist and words Free Breathalyzer Test Blow Herea boyb girlc I don t know3 What should a high school principal do when a girl reports being sexually assaulted by a boy in a school hallwaya take this issue very seriously investigate thoroughly and punish the boy accordinglyb tell the girl to take it as a compliment and move on with her lifec I don t knowIf you ve answered b or c to any of these uestions Moxie is the book for you Otherwise you may be too old to read it I don t want to knock it but this novel has very little adult crossover appeal IMO It s the most basic feminist YA story and may educate a 12 year old who is not yet weary of bluntness and absence of nuance PS Reasonable adults are nowhere to be seen in this narrative Again

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Review Á Moxie Author Jennifer Mathieu Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free S from guys during class But most of all Viv Carter is fed up with always following the rulesViv's mom was a tough as nails punk rock Riot Grrrl in the '90s and now Viv takes a page from her mother's past and creates a feminist zine that she distributes anonymously to her classmates She's j. This is what it means to be a feminist Not a humanist or an eualist or whatever But a feminist It s not a bad word After today it might be my favorite word Because really all it is is girls supporting each other and wanting to be treated like human beings in a world that s always finding ways to tell them they re not A book about a teen girl coming into her own as a feminist and learning how to fight back against the patriarchy and rape culture do you think I could have clicked reuest on this ARC any faster than I did PLOTAt Vivian s high school she s used to certain things being fact the football players get away with everything dress codes only affect girls and sexual harassment is just part of everyday life When Vivian starts to delve into her mother s Riot Grrrl past however she realizes maybe things don t have to be this way so she forms Moxie an anonymous school zine that invites other girls to band together and fight backRiot Grrrls were into feminism obviously but up until this moment in the gym I didn t think of them as feminists so much as super cool girls who took no shit WHAT I LIKED This is in a nutshell a YA contemporary about feminism and that s a topic that most authors aren t willing to touch with a ten foot pole Not only does Jennifer Mathieu tackle the issue she does it with finesse and smoothness INTERSECTIONALITY Vivian is given a firsthand lesson in the problematic aspects of white feminism and learns how to take the extra steps needed to ensure complete inclusion of all women not just the white girls Growth and development When we first start the story Vivian has a few problematic views on things but she is open to listening and learning There are even a few times where she admits to bristling a little over things she is taught but she uickly puts her knee jerk reactions aside and listensWe also watch several other characters grow a lot as in the case with Viv s best friend who turns her nose up at the thought of feminism in the beginning of the book but as she learns about the movement she steadily becomes open minded until she is finally proud to call herself a feminist too When Viv first starts creating the Moxie zines and working towards dismantling the school s patriarchal system she s so gung ho about it that she tends to fly off the handle whenever anyone says anything incorrect I think a lot of feminists have been in her shoes I know I have and it took me a few years to learn that I don t have to get angry at every person who hasn t been educatedWhile the book doesn t promote turning the other cheek regarding people who willfully ignore sexism or any other relevant ism it does promote giving people the chance to learn and grow and that is so important Rome wasn t built in a day guys and you can t undo a lifetime of indoctrination in one conversation but when people are making an effort to learn the most helpful thing we can do is give them a healthy chance Moxie addresses rape culture head on So many people don t realize how many ways rape culture affects our day to day lives and I was delighted to watch Vivian not only come to realize how much it affected her and her friends but to watch her fight back against it There s even an aspect where she touches on the fact that men regardless of their stance on feminism cannot fully comprehend what women go through and I swear I almost put the book down to applaud Jennifer Mathieu for having the guts to go thereI m totally sure he s not doing it on purpose but Seth is a guy and he can t ever know what it feels like to walk down a hallway and know that you re getting judged for the size of your ass or how big your boobs are He ll never understand what it s like to second guess everything you wear and how you sit and walk and stand in case it doesn t attract the right kind of attention or worse attracts the wrong kind He ll never get how scary and crazy making it is to feel like you belong to some big Boy Monster that decides it can grab you and touch you and rank you whenever and however it wants WHAT I DIDN T LIKEMy only complaint about this book and the reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that the story itself relies so heavily on the feminist aspect that the parts in between where we re just focusing on Viv s daily life friendships romance etc fall short a little The writing felt very young at times and I actually had to remind myself several times that Viv was a junior in high school because a lot of her wording and inner monologues just felt like they were coming from a 14 or 15 year old at most FINAL VERDICTIs this book flawless as a contemporary No It s a little mediocre on the story telling aspect Is this book a brilliant and fun example of what feminism is intended to be however Absolutely Whether you consider yourself a feminist or not I feel like everyone could learn something from this book and you might even be surprised by how hard some of the uotes hit home Thank you to NetGalley and Roaring Brook Press for the ARC All opinions expressed in this review are entirely my ownYou can also find this review on my blog here

  • Paperback
  • 330
  • Moxie Author Jennifer Mathieu
  • Jennifer Mathieu
  • English
  • 13 October 2019
  • 9781250104267