Sometimes when you read a book, you ought to suspend your disbelief in order to believe the fantasy. However, there are times when it’s impossible to ignore some of the blatant inaccuracies, especially when they are connected to a huge demographic (like half the world’s population). It’s no secret that, at times, male authors describe women in the weirdest ways, creating an awkward unrealistic image that, unfortunately, other men often buy into. Well, women are not too happy about it, and some have come together to compile an ‘open letter’ to men writers. From the realities of periods to the functionality of high heels, these ladies cover a wide range of topics, correcting the misconceptions found in books penned by male authors. Scroll down below to learn a thing or two, and, girls, if you have your own additions, don’t forget to leave them in the comments!

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