Quite a while ago, I said that I would review Caitlin Moran’s new book “How to be a Woman”. Put simply, I thought that it was brilliant. Clearly, an un-cool childhood in the late 1980s is similar to an un-cool childhood in the early 1990s. (I hope she doesn’t mind me saying that hers that sounded un-cool. It did sound a lot like mine, and I spent most of my childhood pretending to be Robin Hood. Yes, I know.)
Actually, I was surprised to find that I agreed with so many of Ms Moran’s ideas and ideologies. Above all, she is pragmatic. She quite rightly say is that we are all “the guys” — whether we are men or women doesn’t matter, because we’re all part of the same collective. We’re all human.