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Please don't sit on my bed in your outside clothes : Essays / Phoebe Robinson.

Robinson, Phoebe, (author.). Robinson, Phoebe. Yes, I have free time because I don't have kids. (Added Author). Robinson, Phoebe. Guide to being a boss from someone who has been building a mini empire for the past two years and counting. (Added Author). Robinson, Phoebe. #quaranbae. (Added Author). Robinson, Phoebe. Black girl, will travel. (Added Author). Robinson, Phoebe. We don't need another white savior. (Added Author). Robinson, Phoebe. Bish, what? That's English?! (Added Author). Robinson, Phoebe. Self-care is not a candle and therapy is not a notebook: how we are doing the most and the absolute least at the same damn time. (Added Author). Robinson, Phoebe. 4C girl living in anything but a 4C world. (Added Author).

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North Kansas City Public Library 818.602 ROBINSON 2021 (Text) 0001002386843 Nonfiction New Available -

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"New York Times bestselling author, comedian, actress, and producer Phoebe Robinson is back with a new essay collection that is equal parts thoughtful, hilarious, and sharp about human connection, race, hair, travel, dating, Black excellence, and more. Written in Phoebe's unforgettable voice and with her unparalleled wit, Robinson's latest collection, laced with spot-on pop culture references, takes on a wide range of topics. From the values she learned from her parents (including, but not limited to, advice on not bringing outside germs onto your clean bed) to her and her boyfriend, lovingly known as British Baekoff, deciding to have a child-free union, to the way the Black Lives Matter movement took center stage in America, and, finally, the continual struggle to love her 4C hair, each essay is packed with humor and humanity. By turns insightful, laugh-out-loud funny, and heartfelt, Please Don't Sit On My Bed In Your Outside Clothes is not only a brilliant look at our current cultural moment, but a collection that will stay with you for years to come"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Women, Black.
American wit and humor.
Genre: Essays.

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