Vagina: A New Biography What some call TMI, controversy-courting feminist Naomi Wolf presents as matter-of-fact reporting. After undergoing surgery to free a compressed pelvic nerve, the author of The… Vagina: A New Biography What some call TMI, controversy-courting feminist Naomi Wolf presents as matter-of-fact reporting. After undergoing surgery to free a compressed pelvic nerve, the author of The… 2012-09-11 Nonfiction Ecco Press
Book Review

Vagina: A New Biography (2012)

ME, MYSELF, AND I Wolf discusses her love for her vagina — AKA the source of her creativity
ME, MYSELF, AND I Wolf discusses her love for her vagina — AKA the source of her creativity
EW's GRADE
B-

Details Release Date: Sep 11, 2012; Writer: Naomi Wolf; Genre: Nonfiction; Publisher: Ecco Press

What some call TMI, controversy-courting feminist Naomi Wolf presents as matter-of-fact reporting. After undergoing surgery to free a compressed pelvic nerve, the author of The Beauty Myth experienced soul-stirring orgasms that not only rocked her world but inspired her newest conversation-ready thesis: A woman's happy, well-loved vagina is integral to her creativity and self-fulfillment. Vagina: A New Biography might more accurately be titled My Very Own Vagina, especially when Wolf exalts the ministrations of attentive lovers. Like the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, perhaps this book is best suited to e-readers. But Wolf's survey of historical attitudes toward female genitalia is less titillating and more informative, especially the pages about jazz ladies who sang the blues about their vaginas. B-

Originally posted Sep 05, 2012 Published in issue #1224-1225 Sep 21, 2012 Order article reprints
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