Pimp State by Kat Banyard
Sex, Money and the Future of Equality by Kat Banyard (2016-06-16)

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From the start, though, I found myself irritated by the book’s tone. It reads like a long magazine article and is often overly simplistic...Its clarity is a selling point. And so for those finding their way in feminism, I urge them to buy it.
-Financial Times

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Published January 1, 1822 by Faber & Faber.
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Financial Times

Below average
Reviewed by Emma Jacobs on Jun 09 2016

From the start, though, I found myself irritated by the book’s tone. It reads like a long magazine article and is often overly simplistic...Its clarity is a selling point. And so for those finding their way in feminism, I urge them to buy it.

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Above average
Reviewed by Sarah Ditum on Jun 30 2016

There are many who would like to establish a pimp state in the UK, but Banyard shows why they must be stopped, and how to stop them.

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Reviewed by Joan Smith on Jun 20 2016

By putting equality and human rights at the heart of this vital debate, she has done us a tremendous service.

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