The humor of SEX EDUCATION meets the authenticity of FANGIRL in this coming-of-age story about feminism and friendship.
Beckett Carlisle is having a rough time. Imogen Takinami, president of the Feminism Alliance Club and possibly the most irritating human on the planet, is hell bent on spreading the disease to everyone at school, and Beckett won't have any of it. Meanwhile, his best friend is being weird, his sister's always complaining about him, and, because of "feminism," girls have started to shoot him down left and right. Worst of all, however, is the sinking realization that maybe, just maybe, Beckett was wrong.
And if there's one thing Beckett refuses to be, it's wrong. But sometimes, 'right' and 'wrong' isn't what's important--it's the truth that matters.
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