DIY Rules for a WTF World: How to Speak Up, Get Creative, and Change the World

DIY Rules for a WTF World: How to Speak Up, Get Creative, and Change the World

From the creator of the Pussyhat Project, which represents the Women's March and is the symbol of the Resistance, comes a manifesto for every woman to create her own distinct and original path to joy and success at impact....

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Title:DIY Rules for a WTF World: How to Speak Up, Get Creative, and Change the World
Author:Krista Suh
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1538712334
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

DIY Rules for a WTF World: How to Speak Up, Get Creative, and Change the World Reviews

  • Caroline
    Jun 30, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

  • geri chesner
    Aug 06, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Leanda
    Feb 24, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Nicole Emm
    Jul 30, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Jillian Coleen
    May 04, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

  • Summer
    Jun 20, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

  • Kristin (Kritters Ramblings)
    Jan 23, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

  • Molly
    Jan 14, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

  • Erika
    Jul 25, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

  • Tanya
    May 14, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Rachel
    Mar 05, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Georgia Roybal
    Jul 30, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

  • Raechel Henderson
    May 15, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

  • Dawne
    May 22, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Patricia
    Jul 27, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

  • Theresa
    Jan 19, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

  • Joanne
    Jul 01, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Elise
    Feb 17, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

  • Maggie Mattmiller
    Apr 16, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

  • Laura Thompson
    Mar 17, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Nora
    Apr 01, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

  • Rich Baker
    May 22, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

  • Karlissa Kawecki
    Apr 28, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Livia
    Jul 16, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

  • Kristin
    Jun 19, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

  • Lindsey
    May 21, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

  • Dave Roger
    Apr 26, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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  • Akello Stone
    Jan 10, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

  • Lynnae Branham
    Jul 30, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

  • Sarah Henkel
    Sep 11, 2018

    Highly recommend this how-to for feminist activists from the POV of a millenial, one who had an idea for a knitted pink hat that became the symbol of a march. Krista Suh, a young writer in Hollywood, gave birth to The Pink Pussyhat Project, and her experiences from that inform much of ...

    This book is a real gem! It provides a comprehensive, accessible and very palpable socio-psycho, reflective conduit for examining our own behaviors through her lessons learned approach. It reads like a personal diary of "secrets and strategies" to develop your creative ideas and really...

    My daughter recently met Krista Suh (the developer of the Pussyhat Project) and bought me an autographed copy of her book. If I had to pick one word to describe this book, it would be: peppy. The main premise of the book is a feminist one: don't let the patriarchy decide what works for...

    This is not a bad book. It was a perfectly fine book. If you are a millennial feminist, you will probably really like this book. I'm definitely a feminist and almost a millennial, but culturally I think I'm very "second wave" and overall too "serious" for this book. (I didn't even know...

    Wow. This book was one of the best I've ever read. Full disclosure: I personally know the author and I therefore was really hoping the book would be good. I'm incredibly happy to report that I loved it. In fact, I'm about to start it over and listen to it again, because it has becom...

    It's like a blog that is well worth reading (a rare thing to find) and it's in my favourite format, real paper! Reading Krista's book is like visiting with a really smart and dear friend. You can take it in small portions, one chapter a day, or binge the whole thing because it's reall...

    I was very ambivalent about those pink pussyhats this time last year. The way it centered feminism on whether or not you have a vagina really rubbed me the wrong way and felt exclusionary. And knitting just didn't seem like the right response for me to the rude awakening - this is rea...

    I was gifted a copy of DIY Rules for a WTF World by Krista Suh by my dear friend Ashley of Sewfragettes, who thought I might enjoy it given our shared interests and values. I flipped through it a bit and then set it on my mantle to look pretty, knowing I would get to it eventually in m...

    I have a love/hate relationship with empowerment books. I like how they can sometimes make me feel like I can get my life together. But I always find them mired in a white, straight, cis feminism that isn't helpful. Krista Suh's book manages to avoid a lot of those problems. As the...

    SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BOOK FOR ME. My goodness, I LOVED this book. I renewed it from the library 7 times because I couldn't part with it (hence my plea for someone to gift me this book). The advise Krista Suh shares may seem simple, but it's life changing when put into practice. ...

    Heartfelt and genuine AF, Suh lovingly gives advice to readers on how to carry themselves with confidence, be more kind to themselves, and find success in life. DIY Rules has a golden nugget for everyone, and she demonstrates the power of her ideas through her success with the Pussyhat...

    The repetition of "because the patriarchy" got a bit irritating and simplistic, BUT this book also had some of the greatest morsels of advice I have read. There were lines that I had to re-read in order to digest, they hit me so hard, but she also provided comprehensive advice with acc...

    I liked the way this book was set up. Very short chapters that had a main theme. I don't necessarily agree with everything she says, but the point of the book is great-appreciate and love yourself. This is not a preachy, all men are evil rant. I felt that she really does want women to ...

    Suh's personality shines through this book! It is a great read for anyone who needs a little pick me up or some words of encouragement. Although quite long, I think she got her point across in the first twenty chapters, I still thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book. Filled with lo...

    I feel so empowered by this one! Glad I didn't pay attention to the number of stars for this one before starting, or I probably wouldn't have, and I really liked it! So many great thoughts, perspectives, tips, and ideas! Again, leaving this one feeling empowered! ...

    Thoughtful and much deeper than your usual book of this type. Even having read widely in this genre, I found myself very moved by this book. Not one you?ll read straight through- this is a great one to keep on the bedside and dip into from time to time for an inspiring boost. ...

    TBR ...

    Such novel, creative ideas on how to take down the patriarchy, all in bite-sized chapters. Very enjoyable and a must read! ...

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings From the creator of The Pussyhat Project, Krista Suh and this is almost the guide book for women to become not an activist but more active in their lives in their own little worlds. I like that she gives advice that you can use on a pe...

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