A tough read - lots of segmented elements pasted from the Internet, and stories that are difficult to grasp/decipher. The second half of the book, however, is far more emotionally insightful. Here we get to see past the objectivity of women as sex toys, and instead we get to know quite an awkwardly vulnerable girl, one who self-depreciates and builds her whole sense of self-worth around whether guys find her attractive or not. She's a cliché, yet doesn't want to be. But she's young, and, as such, she is just as inquisitive as others are about themselves and the world around them. The difference? Her fascination is sex, and she's got the guts to share her thoughts, feelings and bold (if somewhat exploitative) "experimentation" with the rest of the world.
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