Changing My Feminist Mind, One Man at a Time

Changing My Feminist Mind, One Man at a Time

Sullivan is the kind of multiple-selves, self-contradicting yet genuine feminist that the 21st century has borne. The fourth heroine, April, stands alone as the self-identified radical in the group and the only woman willing to put her own body and life on the line for her values. How do they do that? Every St. You know, it was like Christmas, but in green. So I went to Smith and I remember waking up on St. Nobody was celebrating. A couple of years ago, my parents and my sister and I went and did the whole Ring of Kerry thing, which was fantastic, and I think we have family in other places scattered around there as well. I love Ireland. I just dreaded the thought of being left out in this brand new group of women and so by the time this girl had gotten her coat on, I had invited twenty more people.

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She also speaks candidly about publishing Dating Up: Dump the Schlump and Find a Quality Man, a self-help book which she says “I don’t know that I can make​.

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? We’ve all heard the stereotypes about women who marry into money? The fact is, there are plenty of fabulous men out there who happen to be wealthy, and someone’s going to marry them. If you’re a smart, sophisticated, independent woman looking for love, why shouldn’t it be you? Courtney Sullivan has created a guide for women everywhere who have worked hard to get where they are in their lives and their careers and deserve to be challenged, excited, and supported?

It’s not anti-feminist? It also gives advice on where to go to meet men and how to transition from the first few dates to having sex to meeting his mother. Stocked full of top ten lists; enlightening quotes from film, literature, and pop culture; and sidebars with extra Quick Tips, this manual will be a must-have for all women ready to find Mr. Read more Read less. About the Author J. She lives in New York City. No customer reviews. How does Amazon calculate star ratings?

J. Courtney Sullivan graduates from chick lit with ‘Commencement’

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Title: Dating Up: Dump the Schlump and Find a Publisher: Grand Central Publishing. Publication Date: Binding: Soft cover. Book Condition: New.

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Dating Up: Dump the Schlump and Find A Quality Man, the tome to heal and inspire all gold-digging women, is finally out. Last night, we made.

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We’ve all heard the stereotypes about women who marry into money? They’re gold diggers, they don’t care about love. The fact is, there are plenty of fabulous men out there who happen to be wealthy, and someone’s going to marry them. If you’re a smart, sophisticated, independent woman looking for love, why shouldn’t it be you?

Dating Up: Dump the Schlump and Find a Quality Man

Courtney Sullivan is, just like each of her engaging and multifaceted characters in Commencement, far from two-dimensional. The fourth heroine, April, stands alone as the self-identified radical in the group and the only woman willing to put her own body and life on the line for her values. While the tensions and multiple interpretations of 21st-century feminism feel on one level like the heart of Commencement, Sullivan sees her characters and their interwoven stories as the nucleus.

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Courtney Sullivan has created a guide for women everywhere who have worked hard to get where they are in their lives and their careers and deserve to be challenged, excited, and supported? It’s not anti-feminist? It also gives advice on where to go to meet men and how to transition from the first few dates to having sex to meeting his mother. Stocked full of top ten lists; enlightening quotes from film, literature, and pop culture; and sidebars with extra Quick Tips, this manual will be a must-have for all women ready to find Mr.

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We’ve all heard the stereotypes about women who marry into money- they’re gold diggers, they don’t care about love. The fact is, there are plenty of fabulous men out there who happen to be wealthy, and someone’s going to marry them. If you’re a smart, sophisticated, independent woman looking for love, why shouldn’t it be you? Courtney Sullivan has created a guide for women everywhere who have worked hard to get where they are in their lives and their careers and deserve to be challenged, excited, and supported-financially and otherwise- by the men in their lives.

It’s not anti-feminist- it’s knowing what you need from a partner and demanding the entire package.

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FOR the past decade, I have struggled with two competing images of the opposite sex: oppressor, and dream date. As a girl, I was in love with the idea of love — love poems, letters, stories, songs, even Courtney Love, for what seemed to me her well-worn heartache. Boys themselves, with their fake guns and dirty knees, didn’t interest me much.

But as they were my ticket to romance, I adored them more or less as a practical matter. In high school, during marathon phone conversations, cheap pizza dinners and long suburban car rides, I began to fall for boys because of who they actually were, or at least who I thought they might become. I still loved Love, but now the love began to stretch to real people. And this is where things got complicated, because around the same time, with my working mother as a role model and an influential teacher as my guide, I started to identify as a feminist.

Enraged, and utterly confused. Who was keeping women down? But who were just so cute that I couldn’t sleep at night for thinking and writing and obsessing about them? You guessed it, the self-same. Then I went off to an all-women’s college, Smith, where I didn’t see a whole lot of men. I joined the campus women’s group and studied up on gender issues.



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