Disorderly

Disorderly - Jayme K. Jayme K.'s Disorderly definition: sexist, racist, and misogynistic. Yeah. I'm shameless, so if you hate this review. I'm glad you liked it. But, I don't fucking care. This is MY opinion. I won't apologize for my one star.

I want to make it clear, that the book is sexist and racist. The idea that this book is presented through the point of view of someone with those sexist thoughts, instead of being an actual offensive piece of work is complete crap. Please DON'T buy into that. I'm a strong feminist and I'm completely against ulterior motives with the cover up that "it's not really misoynistic, it's through the POV of someone who is." No. I'm not buying that argument. It makes no sense. If you think of all the centuries of sexism and racism, it's a steep mountain. So, rating a book that could potentially influence that is not a smart move. Am I an idiot because I don't buy into the idea that this work is just a juxtaposition? Fuck no! I'm smart, intelligent, an English Major, and a feminist who is completely against anything that portrays a character as sexist and racist. I want the world to improve, change, and become a place where there isn't racism or sexism. Just because I'm a feminist, doesn't mean I hate men. My boyfriend would seriously disagree that I hate men. I think women or men can be sexist or feminist because feminism focuses on gender equality. I don't like the type of people who think men are putting them down. Yeah. That's not true at all. You can't base something on the ENTIRE gender or race, it's ridiculous. One person may be sexist. Not everyone within his or her gender. That, my friends, is my rant. Please, don't pick up this book. Do yourself a favor.