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This does not affect my review, nor rating of the book. In this stunning debut, author Natalie Walton tackles privacy and relationships in the digital age. And when intimate pictures of seven female students are anonymously ed to the entire school, Eden is determined to get to the bottom of it. In tracking down le, Eden is shocked to discover not everyone agrees the students are victims.
With the anonymous sender threatening more s, Eden finds an unlikely ally: the seven young women themselves. Banding together to find the perpetrator, the tables are about to be turned. The Slut Squad is fighting back! I was also super happy to receive an ARC from Holley, who graciously sent it to me all the way from Canada, which is so so appreciated. Our main girl, Eden, is on the high school newspaper and when an blast to the entire school body has a threatening message with nudes attached to it, without their consent, and from an unknown source, it rocks the entire community. Fingers are pointed, and the girls are blamed.
Never the one who leaked it in the first place, or the fact that her privacy was taken away in a horrific way. Much like I wrote about in my discussion piece for The Undoing of Ryder Burkethis book touches on the same themes of consent, rape culture, toxic masculinity and the patriarchy. Instead of questioning why someone would do something so damaging and abhorrent, the community, students and parents alike, put the blame on the victims — the girls — and disregarded their feelings when it came down to it.
The shock of it never wears off, the fear of anyone knowing never fades. Remember when Chris Evans accidentally posted a nude? Social media was quick to jump to his defense and shift the focus. Whereas if it were a woman, it would be an entirely different story. Do you really get it? Do you understand what it does to reputations when email sluts comes out that you sent photos? The gossip? Maybe we should teach our men what no means. I loved that. Honestly, reading about the aroma of japchae made me super hungry — I definitely plan on making it ASAP. The fact that, even to this day, people still leak nudes, destroying that trust formed, is terrible.
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It only le to trauma, a range of negative emotion and the decline of mental health. Whilst the target audience of the book is young adults, I believe it should be read by everyone. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google. You are commenting using your Twitter. You are commenting using your Facebook. Notify me of new comments via. Notify me of new posts via. Twitter Instagram. Share this: Tweet. Like this: Like Loading A night away at Sunborn Yacht Hotel.
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