If more books like Luvvie Ajayi's "I’m Judging You" are written and if more platforms are open to criticize certain behaviors, maybe this world and our societies would be better.
This book is a full package of opinions and side eyes that rebukes people and their actions humorously. Luvvie's writing technique is brilliant because she states what many of us think and so, it is ultimately easy to relate with. She invents certain languages that expresses her humor and passion for good behavior.
"I’m Judging You," does verbal justice: an indirect verdict to societal commas, by provoking the reader's thoughts into actions. Luvvie addressed many necessary topics, some of which are, race, feminism, and relationships. She also calls attention to realities like the ashiness between our thumb and index finger during the winter or harmattan season and solutions to it.
Another epic chapter, dedicated to the use of social media mentions how annoying it is to #hatch #tag #every #single #word #when #making #a #caption #on #a #picture. Luvvie gives purpose and meaning to social media by exposing its misuse. This honest debut also pokes the false nature of news outlets and the so-called reality TV shows.
Luvvie also narrates experiences that affects Nigerians living in America like the pronunciation of Nigerian names by foreigners. She mentions emotionally provoking events like when a person eats more in a group dinner at a restaurant and asks everyone to split the bill equally. She intelligently analyzes pop culture and the idea of privacy (on Facebook) concerning relationships.
Luvvie’s book is a complete guide to avoid ignorance and misbehavior. She indeed makes sense and sensibility available to all with "I’m Judging you". Her book fulfils Maya Angelo’s words; "when you know better, you do better."
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