Inspired by Alice in Wonderland
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All the single ladies (All the single ladies)
Put your hands down,
don't pay him any attention,
didn't I mention,
you don't need anyone,
to put a ring on your little finger.
Wuh uh oh uh uh oh oh uh oh uh uh oh
Incorporating a lively slew of perspectives of single ladies past and present, author Rebecca Traister (Big Girls Don’t Cry) conducts a nuanced investigation into the sexual, economic, and emotional lives of women in America and the opportunities available when marriage is no longer “the measure of female existence.” She takes into account the realities of loneliness, poverty, delayed reproduction, and childlessness that make singlehood difficult for some, as she fills out the picture with subjects across the spectrum of color and class, dismantling the persistent myths about female desire and ambition with earnest energy and facts. Traister is funny and fair in how she deals with the prevalent stereotypes and remaining stigmas attached to being an unmarried woman in society. She sticks to her central argument that the world is changing and policies need to catch up to the social reality. The result is an invigorating study of single women in America with a refreshing insight into the real life of the so-called spinster. -Publishers Weekly
“Singularly triumphant work” (Los Angeles Times)
Rebecca Traister “the most brilliant voice on feminism in the country” (Anne Lamott)
All the Single Ladies aims to trace the history and current landscape of expanding options for single women in America — a narrative that is ultimately about liberation, a manifest and revolutionary freedom. (Rebecca Carroll)
All the Single Ladies is a well-researched, deeply informative examination of women's bids for independence, spanning centuries.(The New York Times Book Review - Gillian B. White)
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