A funny, frank, accessible book about embracing both feminism and our imperfections, from the host of the hit comedy podcast The Guilty Feminist.From confidence to the secret power of rom coms, from effective activism to what poker can tell us about gender, Deborah Frances-White explores what it means to be a 21st century woman, and encourages us to make the world better for all women, in a series of essays that will make you laugh and think. Deborah's writing has the same qualities - inclusivity, humour, sharpness, intimacy and honesty - that have attracted a dedicated and ever-growing following to her podcast, but you don't need to have listened to the podcast: this will be a book for anyone who has enjoyed reading Sara Pascoe, Caitlin Moran or Bridget Christie. It is all new material. The Guilty Feminist podcast has 500,000 regular listeners, with over 22m downloads total. Celebrity fans include Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Gemma Arterton, Sharon Horgan (all of whom have appeared on the podcast) and Giovanna Fletcher, and other podcast guests have included Sarah Millican, Susan Wokoma, Rachel Bloom, Sara Pascoe and Shappi Khorsandi. Deborah has regular sold-out live recordings and a line of merchandise and workshops, and her audience is only growing.