Las Vegas Weekly | December 28, 2011
Forty years ago, the book’s founders sat around each other’s kitchen tables and living rooms talking about their respective experiences with pregnancy or miscarriage. For the 2011 edition, they turned to the Internet as a way to bring new voices and a wider range of experiences into the conversation. Thirty-six women of various ages, backgrounds and sexual orientations participated in online discussions about sexuality, intimacy, dating and relationships, with many of these personal stories appearing throughout the new edition. There are also new and updated chapters on environmental health risks, sex and intimacy throughout life and how social media can be used to improve women’s lives.
Read the full story: The Women’s Body Bible: Our Bodies, Ourselves Marks 40 Years by Lynn Comella