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Farrah Abraham's New Job: Critiquing Feminist Literature For Penthouse Magazine

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Source - Farrah Abraham’s got a new side hustle for Penthouse that has her taking on some amazing women … including Presidential hopeful, Sen. Kamala Harris. 

Take a breath. Farrah’s new gig is a fully-clothed one — she’s the new book critic for Penthouse magazine and specifically, she’ll be tackling feminist literature. We’re told the former ‘Teen Mom’/porn star was brought on board ’cause the racy mag wants to see if traditional heroes of female empowerment connect with the “average all-American girl.”

Alright, I have a confession to make: I love Farrah Abraham. Huge fan. I don’t actually follow anything she does, but any time she’s in the news I can’t get enough of her. She’s like Courtney Stodden-lite. All she does is double down on her decisions no matter how bad or damaging or bizarre they may be. I can’t help but respect it. She also has zero self-awareness, which makes her incredibly entertaining on camera.

Having said that, I have no idea how Farrah or Penthouse could possibly think this was a good idea. I guess the plan is to teach her to read then have her critique traditional feminist literature. Here’s what she came up with after reading Joan Didion’s, “Slouching Towards Bethlehem“:

 “…a great book for people who abuse substances every day.” She adds, “Without ever feeling the need to grow up, these baby boomers drink their way through life. They only think about drinking and drugs”…”wWas Didion even trying when she wrote this junk?”

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Apparently, Penthouse is all about it:

Penthouse digs her, anyway … calling Farrah, “bravely brazen.” Oh, and we’re told her next review will be one of Senator Harris’ books.

Good for her. As long as her employer is happy with her work that’s all that matters. Personally, I would’ve stuck to Instagram or porn, but that’s just me. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. No need to make unnecessary enemies. But hey, what do I know? I’m just a blogger. Best of luck at the new gig, Farrah. Looking forward to reading your next review.

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