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Notes from a Loud Woman

by Lindy West

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The Guardian columnist and This American Life social commentator presents a series of essays about the qualities of a comedic feminist and her experiences of coming of age in a popular culture that is hostile to plus-sized women who speak their minds.

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Shrill executive producer Lindy West enjoyed making a fictionalized version of her life: "You can work out all your grudges and your resentments against everyone you've ever met, except with this plausible deniability because it's fictional," she says. Jenny Jimenez/Hulu hide caption

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In 'Shrill,' Lindy West Made The Body Positive Show That She Never Had

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Lindy West's writing has appeared in The Stranger, Jezebel and The Guardian. Jenny Jimenez/Courtesy of Hachette hide caption

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Columnist Lindy West Sees 'Straight Line' From Trolls Who Targeted Her To Trump

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