We all know a good boy. He puts ‘Feminist’ in his Tinder bio, and then speaks over you on a date. He ghosts you. But he feels bad. (Only for a moment.) He doesn’t mansplain. Just aggressively clarifies. And he’s open to being wrong. Theoretically. Ready to call time on rewarding those who clear the low bar of not being outwardly awful? Through clever illustrations and witty vignettes, ‘Awards for Good Boys’ breaks down our obsession with celebrating men simply for being ‘Good Boys’ and doing the absolute least. It will make you laugh, feel vindicated and may even help the men in your life be better humans.