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Florence Given

Women Don't Owe You Pretty

by Florence Given

Women Don't Owe You Pretty

Florence Given

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Illustrator and influencer Florence Given provides a heartfelt insight into feminism and self-love, and a guide to breaking from outdated views on female sexuality.

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Women Don't Owe You Pretty

by Florence Given

Women Don't Owe You Pretty

Florence Given

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Do you feel like you aren't good enough, or wonder if being prettier or more accomplished would make you happy? Finding your self-worth in a world that often punishes women for just existing is a constant challenge. But Florence Given is here to remind you that you're beautiful and powerful even if you were taught otherwise.

As a young social media activist and queer woman, Given has always been fed up with the expectations and blame society places on women. Women Don't Owe You Pretty uses relatable language and whimsical illustrations to help you increase your self-worth and change the unhelpful beliefs that prevent you from loving yourself.

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"It takes two to tango, so why is a woman's pleasure in heterosexual relationships still so rarely prioritized?"

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