Bossypants Themes

Tina Fey
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Being comfortable with oneself

Tina Fey argues that you must be comfortable with who you are in Bossypants. Tina’s book consists of a number of situations in which pop culture, social expectations, and other people seek to tear one another down or provide ideals that become standard practice, but to which not everyone aspires or measures up to. It is no use obsessing over or being brought down by such things–and Tina uses herself as an example of this.

When Tina was a teenager, the in-style girl was blonde, had large boobs, and had no butt. Tina did not measure up to this standard, but did not let it bother her too much. Tina had a difficult time getting dates sometimes because of this, but she did not let it discourage her from dating. By the 2000s, when big butts and strong legs were in style, Tina...

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