I read the whole thing, cover to cover, and although the writing was great- lesbian vampire dogs? Where does she get this genuis?!?- I'm not sure that it should be pitched as a a book about feminism. It's just not.
The book starts well with stories of her teenage years and her family's depressing obesity, but sure enough, the second she begins to wander into the 'feminism' zone, I can't take her seriously. At one point she actually argues that women should laugh at feminist issues rather than take action! Yeah, the pay gap- hilarious! A woman's right to abortion- priceless! Female genital mutiliation- HA! Please! I can't breathe!!!
As well as claiming that we should find sexism amusing, Moran also seems to think that the major issues for women are the little things in life. For example, Moran discusses- at length- what women should call their breasts. Like this is one of the big problems which demands sorting out RIGHT NOW! *sarcasm face*
Oh and whilst I'm ruthlessly shredding her book to pieces, I would add that she also includes a NINE PAGE anecdote about her day out with Lady Gaga. NINE PAGES. Talk about name-dropping!
Overall, I wouldn't reccomend the book as serious feminist material but it does make decent reading. As I said, it's very funny. So I'm sorry to Miss Moran but it just feels like someone has asked you to write a book and you wrote the first thing that came to mind.