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Growing up, reading those “What I wish I could tell my 13 year old self” letters written by cool women we wanted to be just like was the highlight of every magazine we read. Well, start saving for all of the younger women in your life because in March 2017, Gillian Anderson, a.k.a. Agent Scully is releasing a feminist manifesto for teens. You can already ore-order We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere, co-written with journalist Jennifer Nadel.

The two women wanted to create a body of work that young women could use as a blueprint to address low self-esteem and we can’t wait to get our hands on a copy.

The book will be organized around nine principles — honesty, acceptance, courage, trust, humility, peace, love, joy, and kindness.

Knowing that even Agent Scully doesn’t have all the answers is totally refreshing.

That, combined with what Anderson and Nadel’s do know is sure to have a positive impact on young women.