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Reviewed by Tammy Ruggles for Readers' Favorite
This is How You Vagina: All About Your Vajayjay and Why You Probably Shouldn't Call it That by Nicole E. Williams, MD is an eye-opening self-help and health book about the vagina and what makes it so unique. It's everything you've always wanted to know about the vagina but were afraid or too uncomfortable to ask. Pardon the pun, but this author makes it easy to learn about the ins and outs of this fascinating organ. Let's face it: we learn a little about it in health or biology, and maybe some on the internet or from books, but not nearly enough, and not always the correct information, or the information you need to understand what's going on with it. Wouldn't you rather hear it from a doctor, or more specifically a gynecologist? This is where Dr. Nicole Williams comes in. She brings science to the vagina, not merely myth or opinion. Part of the mystery surrounding how the vagina actually operates comes from cultural norms and attitudes, including movies, music, art, books, and especially our upbringing and educational systems.
The author presents interesting, important facts and images on not just the physical functioning of this organ, but other aspects of its functioning like sex, giving birth, anatomy, and more. I like that she corrects incorrect beliefs many people have about this body part and shares fascinating facts most women have never heard of. This is the perfect book for those who want to know but may feel a bit self-conscious, as it has a direct approach and a sense of humor that allows readers to laugh a little as they learn and helps ease the discomfort. I like the message that it's okay to enjoy your body and explore it, and I appreciate the effortless style. Suppose you're looking to find out what is normal and what is abnormal when it comes to the female body. In that case, This is How You Vagina: All About Your Vajayjay and Why You Probably Shouldn't Call it That by Nicole E. Williams, MD is a book you should put on your reading list for this year, or share with someone else.