Bras, Pantyhose, and Hugs
by Pat Hancock
ISBN 1413773168 (1-4137-7316-8)
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Softcover, PublishAmerica, 2005
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Book summary: Though women put up with a lot of stress and go through a lot of aggravation in a lifetime, Pat Hancock has shown with Bras, Pantyhose, and Hugs that they are not doing it alone. Her humor and down-home wisdom from life's experiences enlighten, encourage, and lift the spirits of all who deal with and love women. Ranging from admitting her age, to giving advice to men, to touting the woes of bra-wearing and leg-shaving, Hancock hits upon many of the stress-inducing events and chapters in almost every woman's life. "In the '60s, some women burned their bras. This gesture was somehow a way of thumbing their noses at men and the establishment. I never really understood how being free and floppy in public made life better for women everywhere." Bras, Pantyhose, and Hugs will make you smile or drop a tear, but you will walk away from reading it with a new sense of self and possibilities.
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