Fabulous Books About All Things Vagina

  • Our Bodies Ourselves: is a classic book by the Boston Women’s Health Collaborative that has provided women with indispensable and comprehensive (800 pages!) information for over 40 years.
  • The V Book: A Doctor’s Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health: Dr. Elizabeth G. Stewart and Paula Spencer write about every health condition you could possibly have regarding your vagina and vulva—and the bottom line is they say not to settle if you are feeling any pain, itching, or irritation. Questions? Read the book! www.thevbook.com
  • Nick Karras is a photographer and sex educator and has a website that celebrates women’s vulvas and labias. OK, so this one is not “all” things vagina but it celebrates the beauty of labias that come in different shapes, sizes and colors. Check out www.nickkarras.com and his book and movie Petals.
  • What’s Up Down There: Questions You’d Only Ask Your Gynecologist If She Was Your Best Friend by Lissa Rankin is a fun, friendly book about vaginas.

Informational Health Websites

How you can HELP our sisters Worldwide

  • V-Day is an organization started by Eve Ensler (who also wrote the Vagina Monologues) dedicated to ending violence against women and girls worldwide.
  • Vital Voices is an NGO (non-governmental organization) whose mission is to identify, invest in, train, and bring visibility to extraordinary women around the globe—women who are doing things to help other women and children.
  • Half The Sky Movement is a movement to turn oppression into opportunity for women worldwide. It is based on the book called Half The Sky.
  • UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to advance the rights of children. They have a gender focus area where they connect the need to focus on women and girls to helping children worldwide.

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