Put down the backless paper gown and step away from the stirrups. These syndromes are best treated with a double dose of laughter.
What happens when 34 funny women from different cultures and countries work together to take on some of the biggest problems (think #MeToo, pay gap, and reproductive rights), and some of the silliest (boobs that don’t cooperate and motherhood maddness)?
What happens is Random Female Syndromes: Funny Fixes for All the Things You Thought Were Wrong with You is birthed. (We wanted a water birth, but were afraid the book would get wet.)
This comedic anthology includes 24 syndromes, including “You Say Slut Like It’s a Bad Thing,” “Love in the Age of Chlamydia,” and “Motherhood is a Mother.” The book is the long-awaited brainchild of The Syndrome Mag, with the goal to inspire discussion on gender equality through comedy.
- 302 Pages of Goodness
- 34 Gut-Busting Articles
- 26 Postcard Teasers
- 24 Random Syndromes
- 8 Categorical Syndromes
- 1 Hilarious Read
“Required reading for all men who wish to exist in a world of increasingly empowered women. Get these insights before we take over!”
– Janet Livingstone
Available at Amazon.com.
Edited by Silvia Bajardi, Betsy Hunt, Leigh Anne Jasheway, Katherine Shaw