Pourquoi les filles ont mal au ventre?

Pourquoi les filles ont mal au ventre?

Pourquoi les filles ont mal au ventre ? est un manifeste féministe qui dénonce les malaises que ressentent les femmes, de l?enfance à l?âge adulte, dans une société qui ne les ménage pas. Lucile de Pesloüan a écrit ce texte sous forme de fanzine en 2014. Plusieurs centaines d?exemplaires vendus plus tard, l?ouvrage est édité en livre illustré avec un texte enrichi, appuyé Pourquoi les filles ont mal au ventre ? est un manifeste féministe qui dénonce les malaises que res...

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Title:Pourquoi les filles ont mal au ventre?
Author:Lucile de Pesloüan
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Genres:Feminism
Edition Language:French
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:48 pages pages

Pourquoi les filles ont mal au ventre? Reviews

  • Laura
    Nov 15, 2018
    This book was not written for me, well, not the me of almost 60 years of age. All the concerns and statements I know all to well. They are facts, they are not made up, and they are true for all women. Women of my age have lived with these truths all our lives. This book is fo...
  • Tara
    Jan 02, 2019
    This needs to be handed out in schools. This book is a great starting point for women and men of all ages, to begin discussions about feminism and women. It is well presented with thought provoking statements and pictures alongside them. The pictures themselves are great points of disc...
  • Eva
    Mar 06, 2019
    I requested this book on Netgalley in return for an honest review I thought it was okay. Simple, but maybe too simple? I can't really relate to the girls and women who are mentioned in this graphic novel, so maybe that makes it different for me to read it. I do believe that there a...
  • Delirious Disquisitions
    Nov 20, 2018
    I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 2 Stars. What Makes Girls Sick and Tired is a series of cue-card-esque collection of things that girls and women "sick and tired" of. With a very minimalist art design to accompany these pieces of writing, Lucielle...
  • MissBecka
    Nov 29, 2018
    Thank you NetGalley and Second Story Press for this DRC. "Girls are less sick and tired when they are encouraging, supportive, and united in solidarity with one another. It's the best part of feminism." I think everyone can be included and encouraged to read this book, not just g...
  • Chelsea
    Feb 24, 2019
    3 stars A VERY SHORT READ about female stereotype. Some illustrations with written description below. I totally agree the part where girls are expected to clean up afterwards and wearing push up bras were sexy but when nursing a baby, cover the breast. Enjoyable short read ...
  • Melissa (The Reader & The Chef)
    Dec 30, 2018
    This short graphic novel constantly had me nodding and wanting to scream yes. Straight to the point and with illustrations, it approaches why women are feminists. Why we are tired of earning less, of paying more with the pink tax, and why generally, we are tired of men thinking they ha...
  • Nicole
    Feb 07, 2019
    First things first: I received this book through NetGalley Summary: What Makes Girls Sick and Tired is a feminist manifesto that denounces the discrimination against and unfairness felt by women from childhood to adulthood. The graphic novel, illustrated in a strikingly minimalist s...
  • Alexa
    Jan 07, 2019
    I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. What Makes Girls Sick and Tired is essentially an illustrated list of ways misogyny manifests in everyday life, from big things to seemingly small ones. It covers topics such as gendered division of labour, fetish...
  • Olha
    Jan 29, 2019
    I love comics like ?What Makes Girls Sick and Tired? by Lucile de Pesloüan and Genevieve Darling. I don?t even know what exactly to say about this book, because I just want to quote everything from it. I love the concept of the comic book. We talk about women?s problems not...
  • Stephanie
    Nov 27, 2018
    Girls are sick and tired Because women?s bodies Are always an issue. Whether they are covered by yards of fabric or Completely revealed Girls are sick and tired of feeling like they have to wear a push-up bra to be sexy, while they have to hide their breasts when nurs...
  • destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]
    Nov 16, 2018
    What Makes Girls Sick and Tired is a short, illustrated collection of reasons why feminism is so necessary, and why women are exhausted in this world we live in. It's a great collection that raises plenty of valid points, and I genuinely adored how diverse and intersectional it is; the...
  • Marty :} (thecursedbooks)
    Nov 16, 2018
    Thanks to the publisher for providing me with this e-ARC! I enjoyed reading this book and it has a great message, sadly it was quite short. I would have loved to read more, I think it ended a bit abruptly and more details would have been amazing! Even so, I adored how statistics wer...
  • Regitze
    Feb 24, 2019
    I recieved a digital arc of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I was really excited about this. A graphic novel about feminism? Yes please! But the experience was kind of a disappointment. As far as feminist books go, I have read better. While I really enjoyed th...
  • Scarlet Cameo
    Nov 25, 2018
    "What make girls sick and tired" is a ñittle resume abut why feminist is important for women. Try to point in the most concise way the main points of feminist today. This book have a few mistakes, not exactly in th info but how this is interpreted (the wage gap has many more edges tha...
  • Rod Brown
    Apr 10, 2019
    Just the tip of the iceberg, but this litany of some of the appalling crap half our population has to put up with on the daily builds a strong sense of outrage and the desire to see change come as quickly as possible. Found it in the teen graphic novel section of the library, but it...
  • Brittany
    Mar 08, 2019
    3/4 ?I was born here? My connection to this book is detached. Which from reading this.. most likely will mean I am selfish. The above quote is what I connected with. I can?t say much without giving the foundation away. I?ve never read anything like this, though Ive ...
  • Leticia
    Feb 01, 2019
    I would like to thank NetGalley and Second Story Press for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This book is a valiant effort on talking about the issues not only girls, but also women off all ages are sick and tired of. This is also an interesting ...
  • Emma
    Nov 14, 2018
    The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This is a lovely little book about feminism and sexism. It definitely is a good way to start and also provoke a conversation/discussion. I found myself agreeing with basically every ...
  • Jane
    Dec 04, 2018
    I don't know how to rate this one fairly. I love the concept, and I think that there are some points made in the book that could launch some powerful discussions. There are some great stats included, and the material covers a lot of bases. But I struggle to understand who the ...
  • Kartika
    Nov 21, 2018
    The only negative I have of this graphic representation is its length. I loved the illustrations and I loved the content. I wish it had included more and was even more detailed than it already is. Loved this little read. So powerful! Thanks to Netgalley for this ARC in exchange for...
  • kippen (uponthepages)
    Mar 13, 2019
    3/5 stars ??? I was sent an e-book by the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I immediately requested this book on NetGalley after reading the description and seeing that it?s a shorter book. I mean, who doesn?t like short books about feminism?...
  • Robin Bonne
    Nov 26, 2018
    A short, illustrated book that highlights some of the issues that girls and women are sick of. The problems are familiar. I did have an instinctual response to a few of the problems that caused emotional reactions. One page might make me snicker from relatability, another would mak...
  • Zainab
    Feb 25, 2019
    Arc provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review It felt more like a list of things that bother girls collected from Twitter and Tumblr and less like a graphic novel. The cover's cute though. ...
  • Rebecca (Coffeebooksandjournals)
    Dec 23, 2018
    Thank you to Netgalley for providing me with a copy for an honest review. What makes Girls sick and tired is a short illustrated book that talks about feminist topics. I do think it could have been done better and could have added more in. I did agree with things in it. I think ther...
  • sofia (sam willows)
    Jan 21, 2019
    it took me literally five minutes to read this, and i?m not so sure what i think about it. for one, the intentions of the author and illustrator are honorable, and the things they talked about very much need to be talked about more. but their points were also very basic, and although...
  • Char (lunarchar_)
    Jan 05, 2019
    (ARC) A big mood. A painfully heart-wrenching honest mood. A book about the honesty of being a women. A book about diversity. A book everyone should read. A book that makes me even prouder to be a feminist. A book that motivates change. ...
  • Lara (Bookish_turtle)
    Jan 09, 2019
    Yesssss PREACH IT!!!!! I got this as a short, illustrated eARC and you really can just sit down and read it all at once. There is so much feminism power contained in so few pages, it's really incredible!! I only wish it was longer. There are so many more things that could have...
  • Fanna
    Dec 17, 2018
    This was a quick read and while I wished it lasted longer, I was extremely happy with what was offered in 48 pages. What Makes Girls Sick and Tired is a collection of single paragraphs or lines that identify the annoying societal issues or the norms that can resonate with every woman. ...
  • Helly
    Jan 02, 2019
    A short and crisp illustrated book, you need to throw on the faces of patriarchal and sexist people. I liked this read immensely and although I felt more creativity could have gone into the presentation, I am genuinely moved due to the relatable images and portraits of a woman in this ...