I grabbed Bitch off my shelf of books I have had forfreakingever but haven't read. I'm like 3 pages into the introduction and I'm seriously annoyed that every single example Elizsabeth Wurtzel has given of bad-girl-ness involves women engaged in sexy badness, being the bad girl of men's wet dreams. Tell me it gets better, because I really do connect right now- really, really, really- with what I think she's trying to say.
But this frontispeice quote is fucking amazing:
Down with a world in which the guarantee that we will not die of starvation has been purchased with the guarantee that we will die of boredom.
-Situationist graffiti from 1968 Paris
Why did I unleash a huge freakout on my husband this week?