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A Compelling Perspective On Modern Sexuality Which Of These Statements Are True Babies Come From Pumpkin Seeds Diaphragms Are Slippery When Wet Women Who Use Birth Control Are Sluts With A Critical And Humorous Outlook, McCarthy Investigates Female Sexuality, From Childhood To Menopause Gender Mythology And True To Life Experiences Where Do Babies Come From, Puberty, Birth Control Failures, Reproductive Knowledge, Silence Regarding Sexual Assault, Image And Aging, Sex And Politics, As Well As The Life Of Sluts And Crones Pulling From Variety Of Sources Including News Articles, Scholarly Articles, Twitter Feeds, Facebook Updates, Public Discussion Posts, Blogs, YouTube, And Personal, Farcical Moments In McCarthy S Life, This Book Demonstrates How The Strange Interludes In One S Life Are Not So Strange After All Rebecca Lea McCarthy A Writer, Educator, Artist, And Roller Derby Player She Holds A PhD In Comparative Studies From Florida Atlantic University, And Her Published Works Include The Influential, Origins Of The Magdalene Laundries An Analytical History Writing the Diaphragm Blues and Other Sexual Cacophonies

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12 thoughts on “Writing the Diaphragm Blues and Other Sexual Cacophonies

  1. says:

    This was a fascinating read on several levels McCarthy s subject matter is very timely, and poses profound questions about our society s schizophrenic attitudes about sex and sexuality, as well as challenging gender stereotypes and highlighting the crisis of rape culture and woman shaming I felt myself becoming deeply angry about the issues, then being pulled into laughing with McCarthy about the in

  2. says:

    Part memoir, part feminist scholarship and part stage play, this humorous book is a fascinating journey with just enough dirty jokes to keep it a guilty pleasure McCarthy draws attention to modern and historic feminist issues with a wit exceeded only by her insight Keep your Internet access or references close at hand, because I did notice that McCarthy s work assumes an intelligent reader that is alre

  3. says:

    Ah the ranting s of a menopausal and frustrated Roller Derby wanabe.At times humorous, at times a gigantic waste of time Too many references and footnotes It reads as a dissertation for a degree The poor vaginal diaphragm is maligned again with the slapstick shtick of flying across the room during insertion This is as old as the hills and maybe older A woman s search for contraceptive happiness and all th

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