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Being a lady's a laughing matter. Broadcaster and sassy satirist Caitlin Moran doesn't truck in the kind of feminism that takes itself too seriously. Not that she's lacking in trenchant tales about the female predicament in today's world — How to be a Woman is packed with powerful anecdotes from her own experiences as well as on-target observations about the uphill battle women still face in skirmishes between the sexes. But Moran's mirthful manifesto is easily as much of a humour book as it is a feminist broadside.