Ivanka Trump’s new book, “Women Who Work”, attempts to be an empowering vehicle for female liberation. While she wrote it, she must have envisioned the book as being some sort of woman emancipation bible. The pages of the book are pink, a rather elementary reminder that the book is intended for women.
The book is stuffed with all these inspirational quotes from women. Although, there are no quotes from Hillary Clinton, arguably one of the most accomplished women in the world.
Reminder – Hillary Clinton could have been president. After all, she did get more votes than Ivanka Kerouac’s pop, but the election was stolen from her by the author of a book about the social place of women. That right there should be the definition of irony!
Essentially, Ivanka, whose father’s entire campaign was spent saying how “ugly” Hillary was or how she was “weak and ineffective” or how “she can’t satisfy her husband”, is trying to be a spokesperson for women!
Whoever’s idea “Women Who Work” was, should be commended. By including all of those quotes, the reader can see the strong female role models that have inspired Ivanka. Toni Morrison, Coco Chanel and Margaret Mead are all honored in Ivanka’s book on these beautiful pink pages.
She did announce that she wouldn’t publicize the book. However,
this tweet magically appeared on the State Department website. Talk about one helluva marketing tool! It was taken down as soon as a shower of complaints arrived.
But you can’t really blame her. After all, the book is about how Ivanka is able to juggle her family life with her cut-throat boardroom existence. She is woman. She is a success. Successful women do shit like advertising on their father’s website. She is also listed on Time Magazine 100 Most Important People. For a young lady, that is very admirable.
How successful is SHE, though?
Take away Papa Drumpf’s wealth, what would she have today?
Of course, such a hypothetical question could never be answered. But
Also remember, Ivanka’s Frankenstein-like plastic surgery. Every inch of her body was sculpted by a surgeon’s knife. And still, she feels like an authority to tell little girls to be proud of who they are!
being true to who we are and what our lives look like proves that women who work are real.
Be “real” she writes. Unless you look like this,