In Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered, the authors stress the importance of self-advocating and valuing personal safety over being nice or helpful, which can put a woman, any woman, in danger. They delve into their own pasts, sharing personal stories of their struggle with depression, eating disorders, addiction, and their biggest mistakes as young women in order to discuss meaningful cultural and societal issues with an unapologetic frankness.
The book is part memoir and part advice column on a variety of topics related to women living day-to-day in the real world. The authors are open, honest, and vulnerable. For anyone who has ever struggled with low self-esteem, family dysfunction, or the fear of walking down the street alone, you will find much to relate to in this book.