Empowerment of women through accurate information about their own bodies is the 'vagenda' of ob-gyn and New York Times columnist Gunter's comprehensive, pseudoscience-bashing discussion of all things vaginal and vulvar . . . Gunter approachably, respectfully, and even playfully presents a huge amount of reproductive and sexual health education information to women, with the assurance that they can use it.
In this incredibly interesting book, Dr Gunter takes readers on a factual and fun-filled journey explaining everything from reproductive health to vaginal steaming . . . This book debunks myths and helps to educate everyone on this very important body part. A must-read.
Covering everything from your reproductive system to the vaginal microbiome, Dr Gunter has created a genuinely compelling resource on the female anatomy that's a refreshing read.
Dr Jennifer Gunter is the world's most famous - and outspoken - gynaecologist. And she's on a mission to empower women with medical facts, taking on wellness gurus, old wives' tales, the patriarchy and jade eggs along the way.
In The Vagina Bible, Gunter tries to dismantle some of the common misconceptions about vaginal health, touching on everything from what kind of underwear women should be wearing (spoiler: whichever kind you want) and vaginoplasty.
Dr Jen Gunter deals in straight-talk, hard facts and medical science.
Consider this book your no-nonsense 'vagenda'.
The Vagina Bible aims to empower women with a source they can trust, spanning topics from painful sex to cosmetic vaginal surgery.
Gunter has revived a conversation initiated by feminists in the 1960s and 1970s and that can only be a positive action for health. Long may it continue.
The Vagina Bible tells you everything you need to know about the vagina, from hygiene to menstruation, STIs and menopause.