The Good Girl Revolution


Terry Teachout Calls Shalit "even-tempered, sweetly reasonable, and full of pleasing glints of dry wit"

Teachout writes:

Girls Gone Mild is ... an intelligent, illuminating, and unexpectedly optimistic book about those young women who have chosen to opt out of the [sexual] revolution. They are looking, she says, for “a new set of role models,” and so Girls Gone Mild also contains profiles of several young women, most of whom are black, who have publicly broken ranks with the hookup culture.


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"The steamy days of Washington summer may be upon us, but these girls, all from Burke, were definitely not getting skimpy. For a generation bombarded with news of pantyless celebrities, most of the girls we interviewed were surprisingly modest, more Hilary Duff than Lindsay Lohan."

-- Ylan Q. Mui, 'It's Not Just Parents Saying No to Skimpy Clothes,' Washington Post, June 4, '07