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... but sadly the author says there is no such thing as a cervical orgasm. She obviously hasn't had one. So many people state that all orgasms are clitoral... and it's just not true. THATS the MYTH!!! They've all been missing out. Fact is, the cervix is an amazing organ!
Really interesting, and an excellent resource. I would note, the focus is very much on the health of the vagina, so there's nothing about other parts of the reproductive system. It covers what it says it will, and absolutely nothing more or less. But obviously there are more things to consider than just your vagina when choosing, say, contraceptives. Thus this is an enlightening read (not least for what I now realise some people do! omg...) but it's not the first and last word on all things women's health, just one part of it.
Very very informative. A must read for everyone, woman,teens,dads,husband. We can always learn more. I thought the book was fantastic just what I've been waiting for. There's not many books out about woman's issues including pelvic organ Prolapse but this book I would highly recommend it covers a wide range of topics. Brilliant.
Read an interview with the author on the strength of which I bought 4 copies - 1 for me and 3 for the young women closest to me (2 daughters and son’s girlfriend). Shocking to confirm what she said - we know so little about our own anatomy and need to. A very well received gift from me to them and myself.
Jen Gunter says it how it is. Factual quality information and fascinating historical account of how women and their anatomy has been short changed by the patriarchy over the centuries. Thought provoking as well as dispelling myths and shining a light on how taboo the vagina still remains and how women are expected to "look" thanks to the pressures of social media.