The time has come to stop beating around the bush
The Wonder Down Under
Nina Brochmann and Ellen Stokken Dahl
The Wonder Down Under explains everything you ever wanted to know about the vagina but didn't dare ask. Learn the truth about the clitoris' inner life, the menstrual hormone dance and whether the vaginal orgasm really exists. The book helps you understand how different types of contraception work in the body, what a "normal" vulva looks like and how wearing socks can change your sex life.
Nina Brochmann and Ellen Stokken Dahl draw on their medical expertise to bring vagina enlightenment to the world. Their no-nonsense approach, written with great humour, makes this a must-read for all genders of all ages.
Say goodbye to the myths and misconceptions surrounding female anatomy, this is a timely and empowering book that will inspire women to make informed choices about their sexual health.
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Some of the things the Hachette team learned from reading this book:
- the clitoris can range from the size of raisin to 3.5cm!
- discharge makes the vagina a self-cleaning tube
- the rectum is like a balloon
- sperm cells can survive for five days inside the uturus. This means you can get pregnant from sex you had five days ago if you experience a contraceptive failure that leads to ovulation today
- one in 200 women fall pregnant the year after they've been steralised. The contraceptive implant and hormanal IUD are more effective than that.
- the use of contraceptive pills can protect against ovarian cancer for 30 years after you've stopped taking the pills
- condoms won't necessarily protect you if your partner has genetal herpes
- in 2015, a woman used yeast from her vagina to make her own sourdough.
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