Review: ALL WOMEN ARE WHORES by Jezebelya Orobas

Title: All Women Are Whores
Author: Jezebelya Orobas
Publisher: Kindle publishing
Publication Date: June 6, 2016
Number of Pages: 95
How I Got It: from publicist
Format: Kindle
Goodreads Description:
The new generation feminist knows that intelligence is the greatest female power, and sexuality comes second.
And yet, society has stolen both of those powers from women, rendering them helpless damsels in distress. But now women have a way of empowering not only themselves, but other women in order to accomplish real social change.
This book will tell you how to:
- Fight female exploitation in the fashion & cosmetics industry.
- Avoid the pitfalls of the unattainable image of beauty.
- Enjoy the best sex you'll ever have.
- Become more successful than any man in the world of business.
- Establish the new empire of female leadership.
- Be the woman you were born to be!
Yes, all women are whores. At least, that's what the media would have you believe. In order for all woman to stop being whores, some drastic changes need to be made. First, internally, by making peace with and unconditionally loving themselves. Then, by coming together in small groups of non-whores, as a group who trust and love one another and are committed to improving the community. Lastly, real social change is only attainable when these like-minded communities of non-whores join together with a shared goal.
In this book we will explore those changes, what they might looks like, and how to put them into action. We will look at the cause of female whorishness and illusions perpetrated by whores like the media, government, and religion which are used to oppress women so that they will remain whores.

My Review:
First of all, the dedication in this book is everything:
"This book is dedicated to any woman who has ever been called a whore. Keep your chin up, darling."
After moving past the shock factor of the title, readers see author Jezebelya Orobas' mission to draw attention to the judgement of women in the media and their personal lives. Orobas draws on her own life and experiences to provide first hand accounts and advice. While this book will infuriate most readers, it will also offer some wonderful pieces of advice. This book is a great accompaniment to any women's studies courses or a perfect short read for young feminists. 

***Disclaimer:: I was given a copy of this release in exchange for an honest review. I received no additional compensation. ***

1 comment

Judy Krueger said...

Whoa! I am checking this one out.