Books about vaginas belong in every vaginist’s household. Whether in the kitchen, in the bathroom, the bedroom or the shelf, no matter where they are lying, they are always encouraging for guests. As a gift for friends, books about the vagina are the paramount par excellence.
Here is a small selection of books about the Holy Vagina, which have it in itself.
V is for Vagina – Robin Westen , Alyssa Dweck
Your A to Z Guide to Periods, Piercings, Pleasures, and So Much More
A guide to a view on various issues related to the vagina. From periods and waxing to g-spots and cunnilingus, it tells you the good, bad, and time-for-a-trip-to-the-pharmacy truths. It helps you become intimate with your lady flower while learning how to keep that organ healthy and happy.
Vaginas: An Owner’s Manual – Elizabeth Topp , Carol Livoti
An engaging, thorough, and much-needed explanation of the working vagina, this book of accessible facts is written by down-to-earth authors whose only agenda is female education.
The Origin of the World – Jelto Drenth
Science and Fiction of the Vagina
Explores the female sex in cultural, historical, anatomical, medical, psychological and anthropological terms. Contains rigorous research with a humorous approach.
Pussy Lovers – Dana Rasmussen
Everything There Is to Know about the Vagina, Clitoris, G-Spot, and Also Fun Things to Do with a Pussy
The Vagina: A Literary and Cultural History – Emma L. E. Rees
The Vagina: A Literary and Cultural History chimes with gender and cultural studies today and examines the paradox of female genitalia through five fields of artistic expression: literature, film, TV, visual, and performance art. There is a peculiar paradox – unlike any other – regarding female genitalia. In our postmodern, porn-obsessed culture, vaginas appear to be everywhere, literally or symbolically but, crucially, they are as silenced as they are objectified. Rees focuses on this paradox of what is termed the 'covert visibility' of the vagina and on its monstrous manifestations. That is, what happens when the female body refuses to be pathologised, eroticised, or rendered subordinate to the will or intention of another? Common, and often offensive slang terms for the vagina can be seen as an attempt to divert attention away from the reality of women’s lived sexual experiences such that we don’t 'look' at the vagina itself – slang offers a convenient distraction to something so taboo. The Vagina: A Literary and Cultural History is an important contribution to the ongoing debate in understanding the feminine identity.
The Haunted Vagina – Carlton Mellick III
It’s difficult to love a woman whose vagina is a gateway to the world of the dead.
The Raped Vagina – Suki Falconberg
A Military Prostitute’s Story
"A brave book, emotionally raw. Suki deals with extremes of human suffering and torture, rare amongst writers .A must read for anyone who truly wants to understand what prostitutes and other trafficked people go through."–Professor Jennifer Bryson Clark, Chair, Women’s Studies, South Texas College"After reading this book, you will never look at prostitution in the same way again. Since I myself have entered this struggle against human trafficking, I realize the horrible harm that prostitution represents. The word needs to be spread this is what Dr. Falconberg is trying to do." Jeffrey J. Barrows
The Industrial Vagina – Sheila Jeffreys
The Political Economy of the Global Sex Trade
The industrialization of prostitution and the sex trade has created a multibillion-dollar global market, involving millions of women, that makes a substantial contribution to national and global economies. The Industrial Vagina examines how prostitution and other aspects of the sex industry have moved from being small-scale, clandestine, and socially despised practices to become very profitable legitimate market sectors that are being legalised and decriminalised by governments. Sheila Jeffreys demonstrates how prostitution has been globalized through an examination of: the growth of pornography and its new global reach the boom in adult shops, strip clubs and escort agencies military prostitution and sexual violence in war marriage and the mail order bride industry the rise in sex tourism and trafficking in women. She argues that through these practices womens subordination has been outsourced and that states that legalise this industry are acting as pimps, enabling male buyers in countries in which womens equality threatens male dominance, to buy access to the bodies of women from poor countries who are paid for their sexual subservience. This major and provocative contribution is essential reading for all with an interest in feminist, gender and critical globalisation issues as well as students and scholars of international political economy.
El bajel de las vaginas voraginosas – Pep Bras.
Después de uno de los más reñidos debates de las nueve convocatorias del Premio La sonrisa vertical, el jurado se decidió finalmente, con gran satisfacción, por El bajel de las vaginas voraginosas, de Josep Bras, escrito originalmente en catalán. De hecho, tal y como reza el acta de concesión de este noveno premio, el jurado se dejó seducir «por la indudable maestría con la que se traman las múltiples historias, la diabólica precisión del lenguaje y la presencia sutil de un humor que en un momento alguno destiñe la eficacia erótica de la narración». El bajel de las vaginas voraginosas es un juguete ; un calidoscopio literario plagado de imaginación, a través del cual el lector, la lectora, o mejor los dos juntos, tienen el privilegio de espiar maridos cornudos, malogrados gemelos, loros enamorados, viudas maternales o voraginosas reinas del cruel planeta Drakkar. Proponemos al lector sentirse voyeur por un instante. Arrellanarse en un confortable sillón y utilizar este libro como prismáticos. Seguro que descubrirá que los vecinos de enfrente protagonizan experiencias hasta ahora insospechadas. Sobre todo si transcurren en una ciudad tan excitante, tan delirante, tan sugerente como la Xaitania de Josep Bras.
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