One sunny day, 14-year-old Florence Given lay in a park lawn in Plymouth and listened to music. She didn't have a single boyfriend, she was bullied by her classmates, and she asked herself: Can I forget what other people think of me for a whole song? If so, then I can do anything.
Ten years later, the girl has become a writer, artist and influencer. She is considered one of the internationally most successful young feminists, some call her the voice of Generation Z. Her second book "Girlcrush" has just been published in German. What drives you?
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