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Argentina
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Informed

Alpha Women and 2.0 Men

Region:
Argentina
Category:
Politics
Article type:
Informed
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By Marina Antonella Caruso
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The book “Alpha Women and 2.0 Men” gathers all the anecdotes and experiences lived, both by Sole and people in her environment, about the demands of a single woman, able to cope with everything by herself that she calls “Alpha Woman”

Sole Castro Virasoro, a very likeable writer who without a second thought and as a joke, created a blog in which she managed not only to get her readers to rethink certain matters but also to launch a book that is distributed around Argentina.

Alpha Women and 2.0 Men (Mujeres Alfa y Hombres 2.0) is the title of this small and colorful book which gathers all the anecdotes and experiences lived, both by Sole and people in her environment, with which she tries in a funny and dynamic way, to think about the demands of a single woman, able to cope with everything by herself that she calls “Alpha Woman”.

For the author, alpha is the type of woman dedicated to her career who loves everything she does in her life but also demands for time and love, maybe forgetting that you need time to build a relationship with a partner or a friend.

But this book, born in 2013, is not only pointing at women and also shows and critics those tech men trying to find girls through a screen and reports the position of a woman with them.

"Men read mi blog a lot" because "for them is like spying at a girls chat" the writer told us with a big smile and assured that beyond complaints about men she tries to “laugh” but also “think”. "Humor is a way to process things that could be too tough in other ways" Sole added leaving the moral of the story.

So, if you’re one of those people who like to see the funny part out of the bad experiences, you have to read more about Sole and her book getting Mujeres Alfa y Hombres 2.0 in Yenny, El Ateneo, Distal and Cúspide bookshops around Argentina; or visiting her blog: http://solecastrovirasoro.blogspot.com.ar/

We thank Le Pain Quotidien Argentina for the warm place and delicious tea during the interview.