I Am an Emotional Creature: The Secret Life of Girls Around the World - SECTION I a: Pages 3-31 Summary & Analysis

Eve Ensler
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SECTION I a: Pages 3-31 Summary

A poem kicks off the book. A girl questions the weaknesses in society, the many problems and we are not addressing them. The deep rift between the rich and the poor is unjust. There is no responsible action when it comes to the environment. Money is funding wars instead of the hungry. Women bear the brunt of extreme violence and many are held as slaves. She questions what happened to fury, accountability, kindness. Why aren't students actively protesting as they once did? She expresses her fear, her loneliness. She recognizes that it is up to this generation to step up and fight the tide of what is happening in the world.

What follows is the story of another girl, who is brought in to the popular circle. She feels pressure to always have the right clothes and to be...

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