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Publisher's Summary

She-ology shines a light on the vagina, answering our most embarrassing questions with the goal of healthier and happier vaginas for women of all ages.

Many women still suffer a long-ingrained dissociation with their own vaginas and a misunderstanding of what goes on "down there". With expertise and a dose of humor, leading ob-gyn, educator, and women's health advocate Dr. Sherry Ross addresses every urgent, confounding, culturally taboo or embarrassing question women have about vaginas, with the goal of healthier, happier lives for all. She-ology describes the state of the vagina at every age and stage of a woman's life. From first periods to postpartum to menopause, from the serious to the celebratory to the surprising, this book will make you feel a part of the vagina dialogue. Dr. Sherry - a leading ob-gyn, educator, and advocate in women's health - is equal parts best girlfriend, confidante, and skilled practitioner with over 25 years' experience in gynecology and obstetrics. With the help of many famous contributors, she answers your questions and concerns, such as:

  • Where the heck is my G-spot?
  • Since the vagina is self-cleaning, do I even need soap?
  • Can I get HPV if I don't have actual intercourse?
  • Is it too late, at 45, to have an orgasm?
  • How can I be depressed after giving birth if I've always wanted a baby?
  • Is there a such thing as a perfect vagina?
  • I enjoy swinging or S & M, does that make me a pervert?
  • What does safe sex even mean?
  • What could possibly go wrong down there, and what do I do about it?

Dr. Sherry's goal is that of healthier and happier women through a revolution of vagina information. This book will help you form, mend, or strengthen your relationship with that most commanding and complex of female organs - the vagina. Includes contributions from:

  • Reese Witherspoon
  • Brooke Shields
  • Christina Applegate
  • Jane Seymour
  • Lisa Gay Hamilton
  • Katherine McPhee
  • Ashley Benson
  • Meredith Baxter
  • And many more

©2017 Sherry A. Ross MD (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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This book is degrading toward women

This book makes being female look like a disease that can only be solved with drugs. That’s not empowering...it’s degrading. 😡

Have a problem with your female body due to changing hormones? Here, cover up your symptoms with some Prozac...that didn’t work? here, we can top it off with a few more mind-altering anti-depressants. Sex life sucks? We can give you more prescriptions for that too. Now you’re on a narcotic cocktail and still have PMS? Darn. We tried. 🤷🏼‍♀️

All this book does is try and push drugs to cover symptoms of a women’s naturally changing body. I got this book hoping to learn more about what to except in the years to come as my body changes through different stages though life. The little amount of helpful medical information is outweighed by all of the drug pushing. This book makes being female sound like a disease that you are supposed to mask the symptoms of with drugs. Ugh...gross and the opposite of empowering.

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REAL! Refreshing & very relevant information

I loved this book! Looked forward to listening each day. Dr Sheri really presents new insights and great, practical information. In all the books I’ve read about health, wellness, emotional & physical - nothing comes from this perspective — and yet, this perspective is SO important too!!! You can tell that Dr Sheri really does see it with decades of experience, from a very different angle ;)
I appreciated that this book had chapters dedicated to different phases of vaginal “life”, with anecdotes, pictures, science & advice. She encourages everyone to speak openly & frankly, and equips you with knowledge so you can feel more confident advocating for optimal health. I was subsequently inspired to open up communication with my tween daughter. It was enjoyable, empowering, informational sprinkled with plenty of fun (vaginal bedazzling - who knew?)

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Very Diversified women's

I was well-educated I had to go over it twice to enjoy it again . fantastic and new.

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Educated Vagina

awesome reading, amazing knowledge. makes you feel connected to yourself. I've listened to this twice.

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Silly language, but good information

The use of slang terms throughout, albeit mostly quotations from patients, struck me as awkward and unprofessional.

Likewise, I thought the names of the chapters assigning different names to different types of “Vs” was awkward and perhaps even objectifying.

What surprises me the most is that throughout the book the author refers to any and all parts of the vulva as “vagina,” which is, of course, not anatomically correct. (Surely, the author knows this distinction. However, for a book intended to educate about female health, sex, and vaginas, I would think that it would be worth using proper terminology for the sake of educating a reader who may not know that the labias, vaginal opening, clitoris, etc. are not all collectively called “vagina.” ) This writing style may be more palatable to younger or less mature audiences.

Word choice aside, however, there was a lot of interesting information about a wide variety of topics in this book. I would have given it five stars if it were written in a more sophisticated manner, but that’s just my taste.

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I wish I had this info in my 20’s

Excellent, no nonsense information for women
about their bodies and sexuality and Sex, for all women, no matter how you identify!

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Very good book for any women that doesnt know themselves down there. Written and read well.

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Loved it!

I absolutely loved this book! It was quite informative. I wish I had an ob gyn like Dr. Sherry. I am looking forward to reading the sequel when it becomes available next month.

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Funny and informative for woman of all ages

This book should be handed out to high school and college girls. Wish I had this info 30 years ago.

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  • 03-06-22

Talk About It.

Very informative. Provides a firsthand insight into many situations that often go unasked/undiscussed before occurring.

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  • 11-15-20

not my cup of tea

It is not my cup of tea. I could not finish it. I did not like it.

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  • 08-24-18

Loved

Initially the girlie targeted reading performance was difficult but then I feel in love!
I have recommended to many females different ages and would do the same to males.
Great read thanks so much for making me feel comfortable to talk about my vagina.
I wish I had a doctor as proud, neutral and educational as you growing up.