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An historical name of admire for girls, the be aware cunt” some time past veered off this noble direction. Inga Muscio strains the line from honor to expletive, giving girls the inducement and instruments to say cunt” as a good and robust strength of their lives. during this absolutely revised version, she explores, with candidness and humor, such conventional feminist matters as contraception, sexuality, jealousy among girls, and prostitution with a clean perspective for a brand new iteration of ladies. Sending out a decision for each girl to be the Cuntlovin’ Ruler of Her Sexual Universe, Muscio stands conference on its head through embracing all issues cunt-related. This version is totally revised with up to date assets, a brand new foreword from sexual pioneer Betty Dodson, and a brand new afterword by means of the writer. Bright, sharp, empowering, long-lasting, important, sexy....”San Francisco Chronicle ... Cunt presents fertile floor for mental growth.”San Francisco Bay mother or father Cunt does for feminism what smoothies did for high-fiber dietsit reinvents the oft-indigestible into anything candy and delicious.”Bust journal
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