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The Good Girl Stripped Bare

Author: Tracey Spicer
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From bogan to boned and beyond -- a full-frontal 'femoir' by one of Australia's best-loved journalists From bogan to boned and beyond – a full-frontal femoir Tracey Spicer was always the good girl. Inspired by Jana Wendt, this bogan from the Brisbane backwaters waded through the 'cruel and shallow money trench' of television to land a dream role: national news anchor for a commercial network. But the journalist found that, for women, TV was less about news and more about helmet hair, masses of makeup and fatuous fashion, in an era when bosses told you to 'stick your tits out', 'lose two inches off your arse', and 'quit before you're too long in the tooth'. Still, Tracey plastered on a smile and did what she was told. But when she was sacked by email after having a baby, this good girl turned 'bad', taking legal action against the network for pregnancy discrimination. In this frank and funny 'femoir' - part memoir, part manifesto - Tracey 'sheconstructs' the structural barriers facing women in the workplace and encourages us all to shake off the shackles of the good girl. "Glows with the wisdom of a woman who has learned essential truths about love, life and happiness" - Caroline Overington "Wickedly witty and wonderfully wise" - Wendy Harmer "Fiercely smart and ferociously funny" - Benjamin Law


The Revolution of Man

Author: Philip Barker
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
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'Compelling. What does it mean to be a man? Finally, we're talking about it. This book is the conversation we need to have-with each other, our sons and fathers.' Peter FitzSimons, bestselling author of Kokoda 'A terrific read-gutsy, plain-speaking and personal, addressing almost every aspect of Australian men's lives today . . . This book will greatly help the growing avalanche of masculine change.' Steve Biddulph, psychologist and bestselling author of Manhood The performance of being a man, from the moment we open our eyes, until we gasp our last breath, is damaging us, and those around us. Phil Barker has written thousands of words about being a man in these strange and terrible times. As a journalist, he has spent years investigating the modern epidemics of suicide, domestic violence, pornography and misogyny, but also the essential bonds of male friendship, fatherhood and men's relationships with women. During this time, Phil found himself seeing what it is to 'be a man' in a completely new light. Men are forced into a performance of masculinity that is suffocating, limiting and damaging. The Revolution of Man shows us how to rethink what it means to be a man and urges men to reconnect with their emotions so they, and the people they love, can start leading happier, healthier and more meaningful lives. 'Phil Barker skewers toxic masculinity and provides a manifesto for modern manhood. This well-researched, engaging and thought-provoking book explains why positive masculinity is good for men, women and children. We need more male allies like Phil to create a safer future for the post #MeToo generation.' Tracey Spicer, journalist and bestselling author of The Good Girl Stripped Bare


Bold Moves

Author: Pippa Hallas
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Have you ever wanted to be a bigger, braver version of yourself? Can you imagine how that would expand your perspective on your career, your relationships and your life? Now is the time to be bold! In Bold Moves, Pippa Hallas, shares the inspiring story of her great aunt, Ella Baché, who fled war-torn Europe to start one of the world’s best loved skin care companies. Through conversations with other remarkable Australian women including Lorna Jane Clarkson, Tracy Spicer and many more, Pippa shares the moments when these women stood up, spoke out and fearlessly redefined their futures. As women and beauty trends have evolved over the decades, Ella Baché has kept pace while holding true to the core values of the company. Pippa opens up about the journey behind the brand, the disruptions, the innovations, the mistakes, and the risks that have made it what it is today. Featuring personal advice — as well as her own journey as CEO and as the mother of two young boys — this book will show you how to: embrace your personal story fortify your voice design the life you want to live love your own skin build your personal legacy. In a world of constant change, ground breaking technology, unprecedented transparency and unrivalled expectation, it is harder than ever to live a life of truth and passion. Bold Moves will give you everything you need to stand up and be bold in every part of your life.


Queens of Print

Author: Rebecca Johinke
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For fifty years our most powerful popular culture influencers have been the high-powered editors of mass-market women’s magazines like The Australian Women’s Weekly, Woman’s Day, New Idea and the now defunct Dolly, Cleo and Cosmopolitan. It is difficult to overstate the influence that these women have had in shaping popular ideas and attitudes, feminism, and femininity in Australia via the pages of their magazines. In these interviews, they describe their lives and careers in a medium that is part of our publishing heritage. Queens of Print is a tribute to the most influential and iconic women in Australian women’s magazines. It is a snapshot of a rapidly changing industry where print is supposedly dead, and media have been disrupted. This book looks back, but also forward to consider what a magazine might be and what a magazine editor might do in future decades.


The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors Even

Author: Chris F. Westbury
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“Part treatise on art appreciation, part humorous on-the-road tale . . . a compelling story about the role art can play to disrupt, delay, and contribute to human engagement with the real world.” —Booklist This is a wonderful comic novel, about philosophy, the nature of art, the beauty of the ordinary, and about quirky, complete, night & day victims of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Two charming, over-anxious, germ-phobic friends, Isaac and Greg, take a road trip from Boston to Philadelphia. They are both obsessed with Marcel Duchamp, his art and his ideas, and thus the destination has to be the largest collection of Duchamp in the world, The Philadelphia Art Museum, the actual place The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even was to be delivered when it was cracked and broken in shipment. The piece is sometimes known as The Large Glass, and today it sits in the middle of a large gallery proudly displayed in its broken state which Duchamp repaired and then certified had been his intention all along. The two men are driven in a rented disinfected Winnebago by Kelly, a beautiful art scholar who smells like a mixture of lemons and fresh sawdust. They intend to pick up an ancient chocolate grinder, an exact working sculptural copy of one used in a Duchamp painting. Isaac intends to grind his own pure chocolate, which will prevent the build-up or arterial plaque, because his mother died of a stroke. Every action has its own suitable reaction, and then some. Isaac hopes eventually to overcome his devotion to his many obsessions and to re-enter the world, evidently his version of the real world. He is not an unreliable narrator, he is a hyper-reliable narrator, consumed by his own attention and thrilled with the connections he sees everywhere all at once. Of course when he finally gets to the museum he must dress-up as a woman to visit the collection. “It’s a sweet story, and it builds inevitably to a happy ending.” —Kirkus “Clever, funny, and fun, and filled with great discussions about art.” —BookRiot “Bright aesthetic discussion amid mishap; not just for the college-nostalgic but for anyone who enjoys a rush of ideas while being entertained.” —Library Journal


Stripped Bare

Author: LaDawn Black
Publisher: One World
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Tired of hearing (and believing) the lies that the media and your own sister friends keep feeding you: that good black love is an impossibility, that all the best men are either married, gay, or sell out on their own kind? If so, it’s time to get stripped. Welcome to the best and most practical relationship advice you’ll ever receive. . . . Host of “The Love Zone,” Baltimore’s #1 urban radio relationship show, LaDawn Black has made it her mission to enlighten her African American sisters on finding and keeping quality black men. Stripped Bare is the blueprint of that mission: a relationship guide that, unlike any other, asks you–a smart, modern woman– to take inventory of your own life in order to land the man of your dreams. Leave the blame and the baggage behind. This take-charge manifesto shows you how to be the kind of person who’ll attract the men that you deserve. With these twelve proven truths that LaDawn and her own friends have put to the test, you’ll challenge self-defeating ways of thinking and living and position yourself for enduring love. From letting go of the past and gaining a sense of fun to living for you and breaking the girlfriend chain (those negative friends who keep you and your expectations low), Stripped Bare lays out the tools you’ll need–and the directions for how to use them to your greatest romantic advantage. Filled with personal anecdotes that illustrate each truth, this wise, amusing, and candid guide will help you break the cycle of dead-end relationships (hint: it’s a whole lot easier than you realized) and embrace that sexy, loving guy who’s always been within your reach. From the Trade Paperback edition.


If At First You Don t Conceive

Author: Liz Ellis
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Your medical, emotional and financial guide to: Causes of and coping with infertility | Low-tech fertility treatment | IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies | Complementary therapies | Donor conception | Surrogacy | Miscarriage Former Australian Netball Captain Liz Ellis found herself part of the one-in-six couples in Australia and New Zealand affected by infertility, a road she stayed on for five years. With If At First You Don't Conceive Liz wants to help other hopeful parents-to-be navigate these often bewildering, almost always uncomfortable and sometimes utterly devastating waters. Drawing on interviews with specialists and couples, and covering everything medical from alternative therapies, fertility drugs, IVF, donor eggs and miscarriages to the frustration, disappointment and heartbreak that such a journey brings, this book is a must-have, friendly, and more often than not funny guide on how to try, and try again. PRAISE FOR IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T CONCEIVE "When everything doesn't quite go to plan, this forensically detailed but engaging and highly readable guide to assisted conception is an absolute must-have." David Gillespie, bestselling author of Taming Toxic People and Eat Real Food "In this comprehensive text, Liz Ellis has detailed all the steps to take on your journey to parenthood. I will certainly recommend it to my patients!" Professor Michael Chapman, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology UNSW |Senior Fertility Specialist IVF Australia | Clinical Director for Women's and Children's Health, St George Hospital | Executive Clinical Director for the Royal Hospital for Women | Fertility Society of Australia President | Australian and New Zealand Society of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Chairman | Author 'The IVF Journey' on iTunes Podcast "This clear and comprehensive book is a must-have for anyone struggling to conceive." Professor Maneesh Singh, Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, Laparascopic and Robotic Surgeon "As someone who struggled with infertility, I wish this book was around decades ago! Liz Ellis is a comic genius. She's managed to make information about the fraught issue of infertility accessible, relatable, and - yes - wickedly funny. Her research is robust, and opinions offered without judgement. This is a brilliant book." Tracey Spicer, journalist, speaker, trainer and writer, including author of The Good Girl Stripped Bare


The Good Girl

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Appletons Journal

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A Good Woman

Author: Louis Bromfield
Publisher: Ryerson Press
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