This isn’t your mother’s guide to having it all. If you’d like to read that, please see Beyond Basket Weaving: Quilts, Birthing Stools, and Textiles or Neither Free Nor Equal: How to Win without Power, Property Rights, and Legally Recognized Personhood.” — JANEANE GAROFALO, actor and comedian
There is no better way to celebrate our wominity than delving into all of the bullshit that comes along with it. This book does just that while also mocking the sexist culture that made us this way. — LIZZ WINSTEAD, co-creator of The Daily Show
I didn’t understand why blood was coming out of my vagina until I read this book. This book is basically my fucking mother. — AUBREY PLAZA, Star of Parks and Recreation
“The writers behind the hilarious satirical website Reductress skewer the most ridiculous tropes and clichés of millennial-era feminism… Readers who cringe at popular culture’s use of the words spirit animal… and are tired of hearing about “having it all” will enjoy the irreverence.” — Publishers Weekly
“A complete “how to” instruction guide for women making their way in a ‘man’s world’, “How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having It All - And Then Some!” is informed and informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking, inspired and inspiring.” — Midwest Book Review
“This hilarious book from the creators of the satirical website Reductress is sure to make any feminist laugh. Filled with chapters like, ‘Menses: The Original Feminist Accessory’ and ‘How to Get Catcalled for Your Personality.’” — Bustle, "10 Holiday Book Gifts that Even The Pickiest Person On Your List Will Love"
“a clever holiday gift for any family member who thinks Beyoncé invented feminism” — Paste, "Reductress's Creators on How to Win at Feminism in a Nation Reduced"