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Shes our most enjoyableand smartestmedia critic.'Katha Pollitt, columnist for The Nation and author of Learning to Drive and Reasonable Creatures A must-read: Whip-smart, witty, and scathingly insightful. Susan Douglas has penned a brilliantand often funnycritique of the myths about equality, ambition, and femininity that are currently being served up as reality in our media-crazed culture. She challenges those who insist that feminism is outmoded, that strong women are scary and unlovable, and that real girl power comes from Botox, a bustier, and the ability to pole-dance in a pair of size-two hot pants. Best yet, Enlightened Sexism offers an antidote to the contradictory messages and predicaments many women experience today. 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