Débrouille-toi avec ton violeur is a collection of texts written and translated by a group of strong and indignant women who are revolted by injustice and ugliness. Miaki Ono speaks out against the bestiality of all sexual acts and the ways that girls are conditioned to accept being penetrated by males as something natural. The more political Molly Hurricane kicks against the eternal winners and their lies, and against men of power. Maria Soudaïeva, the most inspired poetess of all, is in insurrection against everything that exists, against reality itself, against death, and calls for a dreamy but warlike alliance between sisters. Each very distinct, these voices come together in the affirmation of an incendiary feminism.