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A Riot Grrrl meet upAt the meeting Tabitha finds girls who are like her and a place to belong But just as Tabitha is settling in with her new friends and beginning to think she understands herself eighteen year old Jackie Hardwick walks into a meeting and changes her world forever. Did not expect both fat rep and taking white feminism to task would be such huge parts of this book but I am certainly not mad about it I d also expected music to be central to it but the 90s cultural aspect actually comes most strongly from zines which I found surprisingly enjoyable to read considering they weren t something I was into in the actual 90s Very curious how modern teens will feel about this book since I think this really does feel like historical fiction however modern that history may be I mean that in a good way it never feels like this book was set in the 90s to capture the author s childhood or obliterate technology or anything like that but to really capture the essence of a specific era and what it means for certain girls finding their voices Overall I feel like it s a really good discussion book and I ll definitely be on the lookout for thoughts from readers who are fat ueer andor Black girls Building Organizational Intelligence place to belong But just as Tabitha is settling in with her new friends and beginning to think she understands herself eighteen year old Jackie Hardwick walks into a meeting and changes her world forever. Did not expect both fat rep and taking white feminism to task would be such huge All You Need Is Less parts of this book but I am certainly not mad about it I d also expected music to be central to it but the 90s cultural aspect actually comes most strongly from zines which I found surprisingly enjoyable to read considering they weren t something I was into in the actual 90s Very curious how modern teens will feel about this book since I think this really does feel like historical fiction however modern that history may be I mean that in a good way it never feels like this book was set in the 90s to capture the author s childhood or obliterate technology or anything like that but to really capture the essence of a specific era and what it means for certain girls finding their voices Overall I feel like it s a really good discussion book and I ll definitely be on the lookout for thoughts from readers who are fat ueer andor Black girls

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Grrrls on the Side

The year is 1994 and alternative is in But not for alternative girl Tabitha Denton; she hates her life She is uninterested in boys lonely and sidelined by former friends at her suburban high school When she picks up a zine at a punk concert she finds an escape an advertisement for. Lord Jesus give me strength to sort my feelings for this clusterfuckReview

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The out and proud Jackie is unlike anyone Tabitha has ever known As her feelings for Jackie grow Tabitha begins to learn about herself and the racial injustices of the punk scene but to be with Jackie she must also come to grips with her own privilege and stand up for what’s righ. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Therefore I thank the publisher for a chance to read this incredible noveltrigger warning for sexual assaultGrrrls on the Side takes place during the Riot Grrrl movement of the early to mid 90sOur story begins when 16 year old Tabitha attends a punk concert with her friend Mike There she picks up a zine and ends up going to a Riot Grrrl meet up Through this she meets Jackie a black butch lesbian who changes Tabitha s world forever She becomes a person that makes her uestion her life her privilege everything she thought she knew about the punk rock scene And as their relationship develops so does the group that s been formed within the clubTabitha is shy uiet with a very strong moral compass a girl who discovers her identity and learns to stand up for herself who proudly calls herself a bisexual This is also an ownvoices novel the author herself is a bisexualThe roman


10 thoughts on “Grrrls on the Side

  1. says:

    Author's Note including trigger warnings Riot Grrrl was a moment in time that represented what being young and female meant within the greater context of our society It also helped a lot of us to understand what was possible Many young women knew that even though significant strides had been made for gender and racial euality the world was far from eual In the early 1990s a group of socially aware young women created some would argue that

  2. says:

    Lord Jesus give me strength to sort my feelings for this clusterfuckReview

  3. says:

    90's kids aren't the only ones who'll appreciate this deftly crafted and fun vivacious read Tabitha is immediately likable and readers will identify with her struggles with her classmates and their insensitive comments and fat shaming Tabby's blossoming friendship with the Riot Grrrls and finding herself with

  4. says:

    Did not expect both fat rep and taking white feminism to task would be such huge parts of this book but I am certainly not mad about it I'd also expected music to be central to it but the 90s cultural aspect actually comes most stro

  5. says:

    A copy was provided by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewI wanted to read this book because it's an ff YA romance centering a fat girl and I am always interested in finding fat positiv

  6. says:

    based on the premise of an ff relationship in the nineties and riot grrrl punk band i thought i was going to really enjoy this book but it only took the very first line for me to realise that our relationship might be less than harmonious Heath

  7. says:

    I think this is a great book and i would recommend to anyone i know This book represented women and what it feels like living in 90s and being a women Especially if you are a woman fat and bisexual People always assume that they can charge your label Being a bisexual but had only dating girls must be getting a lot of You date a girl You're lesbian this book discussed about this too I kinda hate it when the first few chap

  8. says:

    Review was a little hesitant going into this book While I was certain I’d find the sapphic romance and the punk setting enjoyable I was afraid it would once again be a book whose feminism only concerns and centers on white thin middle class women I couldn’t have fallen further from the truth Not only was our protagonist fat not only was the romance interracial white privilege was called out on multiple occassions establishing

  9. says:

    I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Therefore I thank the publisher for a chance to read this incredible noveltrigger warning for sexual assaultGrrrls on the Side takes place during the Riot Grrrl movement of the early to mid ’90sOur story begins when 16 year old Tabitha attends a punk concert with her friend Mike There she picks up a zine and ends up going to a Riot Grrrl meet up Through this she meets J

  10. says:

    Thank you to the author for a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewI love this book a lot because it deals wi

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