Grace Campbell has seen it all and done it all, and she's got some valuable advice for the first generation of women to grow up on the internet
'An outpouring of truth, wit, and beautiful comedic wisdom from the hilarious and laudably liberated Grace Campbell. I loved it.'
'Grace has written such a funny and interesting book, partly because she has a unique perspective of the world, but mostly because of her own brilliant mind.'
'This book is hilarious, Grace is a bloody badass, finally my vagina has a voice!'
'This book is revolutionary. It's powerful, bold, vulnerable, beautiful, hilarious, universal, unique.'
'Furiously funny, gloriously frank...For a book about shame, Grace is unashamedly herself.'
For as long as she can remember, Grace Campbell has been told that she doesn't suit her name. But being graceful is no fun anyway.
Growing up in a world of privilege and politics, she had a lot to feel confident about. But she was also a record-breaker when it came to feeling shame. Shame about sex, shame about rejection, shame about mental health.
But over time, and with a 24 carat gold dose of female friendship, Grace has turned shame into a defiant sense of self. At only 26, Grace has got a lot to learn about being an adult, but she's already got a lot to share about being a disgrace, and how she came to be utterly, disgustingly, disgracefully proud of it.
It's the book every young woman should read, and every young man should worry about.
Grace has written such a funny and interesting book, partly because she has a unique perspective of the world, but mostly because of her own brilliant mind
Part of me wishes I'd never met Grace, read this book and then dedicated my life to being her number 1 fan girl. This book is revolutionary. It's powerful, bold, vulnerable, beautiful, hilarious, universal, unique. It's going to change people's lives
Grace Campbell is a chaotic force of nature who is on a constant, often hilarious mission to undermine the patriarchy. Also an acclaimed stand-up, law-changing feminist activist, and co-host of the podcast Football, Feminism + Everything In Between - with her father, Alastair Campbell.
Last year, after a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, Grace launched The Disgraceful Club, a stand-up night in Soho for female and LGBTQ+ comedians which has one mission: to encourage people to own their shame.
Now, in this wildly outspoken debut, part-memoir, part-manifesto, Grace, a committed over-sharer, wants to tell you about her own relationship with shame, about how she learned to understand herself better, and ultimately become her No. 1 Fan.