This is a pretty good story about feminism, sexuality, and race and I enjoyed it overall. I had some issues with the way the story was told - some of the dialogue came off sounding like a gender studies class instead of a natural conversation between characters. This book may be better received by someone who isn't as fluent or knowledgeable in feminist/LGBTQ/racial issues as I may be. This is definitely a character driven story which is also a preference of mine so I liked that aspect of the story. There's some questionable lines in the book (lots of period stuff which is cool and I'm glad to see it not being treated as super taboo but I also just didn't like how it was talked about) but some funny stuff too. Overall I think this book will be perfect for some readers it just wasn't perfect for me.