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A timely and heartfelt collection of essays inspired by the #MeToo movement, edited by acclaimed young adult and middle-grade author Janet Gurtler. Featuring Beth Revis, Mackenzi Lee, Ellen Hopkins, Saundra Mitchell, Jennifer Brown, Cheryl Rainfield, and many more.  

When #MeToo went viral, Janet Gurtler was among the millions of people who began to reflect on her past experiences. Things she had reluctantly accepted - male classmates groping her at recess, harassment at work - came back to her in startling clarity. She needed teens to know what she had not: that no young person should be subject to sexual assault, or made to feel unsafe, less than, or degraded.  

You Too? was born out of that need. By turns thoughtful and explosive, these personal stories encompass a wide range of experiences and will resonate with every listener who has wondered, "Why is this happening to me?" or secretly felt that their own mistreatment or abuse is somehow their fault - it's not. Candid and empowering, You Too? is written for teens, but also an essential resource for the adults in their lives - an urgent, compassionate call to listen and create change.

Janet Gurtler (“You Too?”); copyright 2020 by Patty Blount (“It’s Our Secret”); copyright 2020 by Jennifer Brown (“Wishing on Silver Dollars”); copyright 2020 by Tiffany Brownlee (“This Is How It Ends”); copyright 2020 by Jess Capelle (“Sugar and Spice and Not So Nice”); copyright 2020 by Kenna Clifford (“Bus Stop Witchcraft”); copyright 2020 by Eva Darrows (“Young But Not Powerless”); copyright 2020 by Dana L. Davis (“It Was Me Too”); copyright 2020 by Ronni Davis (“Anything But Ordinary”); copyright 2020 by Natasha Deen (“Not That Kind of Girl”); copyright 2020 by Nicolas DiDomizio (“How Do I Look?”); copyright 2020 by Namina Forna (“Gray Lines”); copyright 2020 by Jenna Glass (“No, Not Me!”); copyright 2020 by Janet Gurtler (“Before Starbucks or Cell Phones”); copyright 2020 by Teri Hall (“The One We Don’t Talk About”); copyright 2020 by Ellen Hopkins (“A Long Overdue Confession”); copyright 2020 by Mackenzi Lee (“Bathsheba”); copyright 2020 by Saundra Mitchell (“Burn”); copyright 2020 by Ali Novak (“Just Smile”); copyright 2020 by Eve Porinchak (“Boys Will Be Boys”); copyright 2020 by Cheryl Rainfield (“There Is Strength in Our Voices”); copyright 2020 by Beth Revis (“Pretty Enough”); copyright 2020 by Andrea L. Rogers (“My Oklahoma History”); copyright 2020 by Lulabel Seitz (“Class Valedictorian”); copyright 2020 by Mischa Thrace (“No Right Way to Be Wronged”); copyright 2020 by Amy Zhang (“Notes on Girlhood”)

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2020 Janet Gurtler - Editor (P)2020 Tantor

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Varied views were eye-opening!

As a woman, who has experienced sexual harassment and rape, I still had conflicting views of the #metoo movement. While I am all about women empowerment and outing sexual predators, I wondered if we were taking it too far. This book helped me understand how different we all are, how something that may have a life-changing effect on one person, may have little to no effect on another. The point is, we must understand and be aware of how our actions (or words) could affect others...regardless of their sex. We don’t know their struggles, background, or mental state. We must teach our children to be kind, ask questions, respect boundaries, and never assume they know how someone is feeling. Communication, education and compassion are the only ways to tackle this problem!

I highly suggest this book for anyone who “doesn’t get it” or who may be on the fence with this movement! You will no doubt hear at least one story that hits home with you, and the validation of your own feelings allow you to understand others in a totally new way!

I also suggest this book for teens, mothers, fathers, teachers...really, anyone! The more we know, the better the generation that we are teaching will be!