Interviewing Caitlin Moran, September 2018
A blurry backstage photo after I interviewed Caitlin Moran in front of 1,000 people in Bath tonight about her new book How To Be Famous. I will remember tonight for a long time. I read her first book How To Be A Woman when I was 21. I was insecure, uncomfortable in my own skin, I was completely lost, I didn’t know who I was. I read the book on a holiday and something clicked: maybe my feelings were a product of something…the weight loss ads, the constant marketing, the guilt, the sexism, however subtle. Because once you see it, you can’t unsee. It was the first time I wondered whether maybe I wasn’t a freak; maybe I was allergic to the lad culture I grew up around. And fast forward to now, my 29 year old self knows exactly who she is and I’m actually really proud of myself. Caitlin was incredible tonight – she spoke about serious topics and she had the audience in hysterics. Her latest book How To Be Famous is incredible and it couldn’t be more relevant to the headlines we are currently seeing relating to #MeToo. She has spoken to a generation of women, and now she wants to speak to men. Men need help too💪 Thank you to @mrbsemporium for inviting me to interview Caitlin. What a night, and Caitlin’s fans are The Best. 💛
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