For mature readers. This book — which is bt Martina Donna Ramone and David Bruce — tells the life and times of Honey Badger, a young activist who lived a good life but was raped and murdered and decided to visit Hell before climbing the Mountain of Purgatory. More
For mature readers.
A short excerpt:
Honey Badger was careless in crossing the street one day and was almost hit by a taxi, but fortunately a man yelled, “LOOK OUT!” and grabbed her arm and pulled her out of danger. The man was actor Ryan Gosling, who said to her, “Hey, girl,” and then recommended that she read Rebecca West. Mr. Gosling told Honey that Ms. West once said, “I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a door mat or a prostitute.” After talking with Mr. Gosling briefly, Honey thought, “When I look into your eyes, I see the revolution.” Actually, this did not happen to Honey, but she liked to think that it could happen.
While Honey Badger was in college, she and a friend got in an elevator in an apartment building late at night. In a corner of the elevator was a man who had gotten drunk with some other people and then passed out in the elevator and peed himself. Apparently, the “friends” he had been with had also needed to pee really badly, so they had peed on him. Honey had not drunk much alcohol in her life, and she resolved to not drink any alcohol in her life. She liked being safe and being aware of what was happening around her. Honey and her friend left the man in the elevator, but Honey called the police so the man could get some much-needed help.