All The Single Ladies (2016) chronicles the history and changing circumstances of single women in America. These blinks explain how cultivating female friendships and seeking alternative strategies to balancing personal and professional obligations help women achieve greater success and independence.
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“A book-in-blinks all about capital-L Love: love of place, love of one’s work, and most important, the romance of friendship between a single woman and her female familiars. Come for the history and politics, stay for the feels. The chapter on friendship made me cry.”
– Caitlin, Simplify Co-host & Podcast Lead
Rebecca Traister is a journalist and writer, focusing on working women and feminist perspectives on cultural and political issues. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine and Elle, among other publications. She also wrote the award-winning book, Big Girls Don’t Cry.
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