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Feminism FTW: This Empowering New Childrens Book Teaches Young Girls That Women Of All Shapes And Sizes Can Hunt Dogs

Get ready to feel empowered, because a new book that’s perfect for young women is hitting shelves soon! For anyone raising a little feminist out there, you’ll definitely want to get your hands on this future bestseller: This empowering new children’s book teaches young girls that women of all shapes and sizes can hunt dogs.

Incredible. This is a powerful message all girls should hear!

The book, called Slaying The Canine, follows the amazing adventures of Samantha Salazar and her plus-sized friend Rebecca as they roam the countryside, shooting dogs in the woods. In the span of 20 beautifully illustrated pages, this amazing tribute to girl power shows that women of all shapes and sizes can cover themselves in dog urine, hide behind a hunting blind, and lure as many dogs as they want into a devastatingly lethal shotgun trap.

Needless to say, it’s important to have literature like this that sustains and empowers women on our kids’ bookshelves. Yes, Samantha wears a conventional size, and yes, Rebecca wears plus-sized clothes, but together, they shoot, gut, and skin more than two dozen feral dogs that live in the woods behind their house, and make us all proud!

Hell yeah! Girl power!

Wow, we wish this book had been around when we were growing up. There’s a lot to be said about a book that tackles body positivity in the great sport of dog hunting in such a fun and engaging way for young readers. With inspirational books like this, the future is looking bright for our daughters.

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Dude’s thread about what he’s learned living with two female flatmates is hilariously accurate

You learn a lot about someone when you move in with them. 

One chap didn’t just learn about his S.O.’s quirks and habits when he moved in with his girlfriend and her BFF. He also ended up learning a lot about women and the power of female friendship. 

Craig Shapes, from Kent, UK, tweeted about his experience of living with his girlfriend and her bezzie, who’s also female. “Some of the shit I’ve seen is EYE OPENING mate,” wrote Shapes. 

Here’s a shot of Craig, his girlfriend Billie (right), and her BFF Sarah (left) all together:

Shapes’ first observation is female friendship 101. He observed that women show each other ALL the messages they receive. “Nobody is safe,” wrote Shapes. “Girls don’t need screenshots mate, they have photographic screenshot memories.” 

He even made a few observations of the bathroom variety. “‘I NEED A POO’ is probably the most used phrase in this house,” wrote Shapes. 

“Oh my days the hair clips. Stand on them, sit on them, wake up with them attached to your skin, mate I could have a fucking bath in the ones I find on a weekly basis,” Shapes added. 

“The process for getting ready for a night out is not just ‘wash, get dressed, go out.’ Nah,” says Shapes. “There’s meetings, catwalk shows, endless compliments and it’s sometimes an actual 2 man job cos some dresses have back zips that would literally be impossible for one girl to reach mate.”

Moving in with his girlfriend and her BFF means Shapes now has a great deal of candles in his life. 

One of Shapes’ observations might ring true for a number of you Instagram lurkers. Shapes says he’s found that the saying ‘girls find out everything’ is 100 percent true. 

“Seriously I mention a first name, after 5 mins on Insta they know the person’s dog’s name, their shoe size, and their national insurance number,” he wrote. 

Shapes has also gained useful lifestyle insights. He’s learned about the wonders of dressing gowns, a.k.a. bathrobes. “If you haven’t got a dressing gown then you are missing out mate,” he writes. 

Shapes has also discovered that women have access to a wondrous thing called a shared wardrobe. What’s mine is yours, as the saying goes. 

This observation is true of anyone who lives with someone with longhair. “There is so much hair everywhere mate,” says Shapes. 

But the most important observation of all is this one right here. “You don’t know true loyalty until you’ve lived with girls. And the house is full of laughter every day. Love them,” he writes. 

Awwww, stop!

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