Book Review: Please Don’t Sit On My Bed In Your Outside Clothes

By this point, it’s safe to say I’m a Phoebe Robinson stan. I raved about her first book; I raved about her second book; and get ready because I’m about to rave about her third book. I’m happy as can be because Robinson is back with her own brand of wit and the pop culture references that speak to my millennial soul. Each one of her essay collections goes just a bit deeper and shares necessary perspective on various aspects of culture, like the value of being child-free by choice, the complexities of traveling while black, being a successful and respected female boss, and the impact of Eurocentric beauty standards on women with 4C hair. And U2. There will always be U2 talk.

5 out of 5 stars.

Pair with: Sparkling rosé