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Caitlin Moran at the Edinburgh International Book Festival

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Uploaded on Nov 3, 2011

What should you call your vagina? And why does everyone ask you when you're going to have a baby? Caitlin Moran is on a mission to reclaim feminism and make it relevant to women today. Always refreshingly straightforward, frank and funny, the award-winning journalist and Times columnist describes her new book, How to be a Woman, as 'The Female Eunuch, but with knob gags'. She joined us in Edinburgh to share some punch lines with the deputy editor of the Guardian, Katharine Viner.

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