Moxie (book review)

In a small-town Texas high school, the sexism and discrimination faced by the girls of the school by (mostly) members of the football team is getting to be too much. Not only are teachers and staff overlooking what is happening, but these struggles are being faced by all kinds of girls at East Rockport High. To put it shortly, Vivian is fed up with the discriminating rules and sexist expectations, so she takes inspiration from her mom’s punk rock Riot Grrrl past to create and anonymously distribute a feminist zine, Moxie, which may began as a way to express her anger, but will turn into a East Rockport High girl revolution.