Inner turmoil can come and go. Some starts early in life and others only rear their ugly heads for a matter of moments that feel like a life time. This can be especially true for females. And, in most cases you’re told that you’ll simply grow out of it. Well, comedian Jessi Klein puts her thoughts and humor into the book You’ll Grow Out of it. Check out one of her latest interviews on writing the book, it’s eye opening.
- In You’ll Grow Out of It, comedian Jessi Klein describes a trip to the Chanel counter at Barneys to purchase a blush brush.
- Many of the autobiographical essays in You’ll Grow Out of It give hilarious voice to the ridiculousness of the pressures of femininity — and to how vulnerable many women nonetheless are to those pressures.
- The book also features plenty of sharp feminist critique. In a piece on why she hates baths, Klein’s jokes about 1970s Calgon commercials and Oprah’s love of bathing build to a clever, Virginia Woolf−inspired analysis.
“In You’ll Grow Out of It, comedian Jessi Klein describes a trip to the Chanel counter at Barneys to purchase a blush brush.”