Hi, my name is Juliet Palante. I've been reading your book Raging Flower: Empowering Your Pussy by Empowering Your Mind. No lie, I started reading it so that I could make people uncomfortable on the subway.

But I'm writing to you now because this book of yours, this magical labia manifesto, has become my bible.

Juliet's head is spinning with questions.

By Natalia

Cute Young Adult coming-of-age novel about young Puerto Rican Juliet who is trying to figure out her sexuality, gender, and what she wants out of life.

As she meets her idol, Harlowe Brisbane, who has written her favorite feminist book, she learns that there are many different aspects to feminism. She learns that a lot of the feminist ideas in her idol’s book are very much based on “white” feminism and not all of those ideas feel familiar or relatable to her.

What I loved most about this book is that it portrays the struggles of growing up and realizing that you might be Queer very well. It is not always as black and white as a lot of people might think. So I can definitely relate to Juliet’s (teenage) struggles.

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