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Wolf, Naomi: Vagina
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Erscheinungsdatum: 10.12.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Vagina, Auflage: Revised and updated edition, Autor: Wolf, Naomi, Verlag: Harper Collins Publ. USA, Imprint: Ecco, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Management // Selbstmanagement // Manager // Englische Bücher // Ratgeber // Lebenshilfe // Frau // Sexualität // Erotik // Aufklärung // Geschichte // Kulturgeschichte // BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY // Literary // HEALTH & FITNESS // Sexuality // PSYCHOLOGY // Human Sexuality // SCIENCE // Life Sciences // Human Anatomy & Physiology // SOCIAL SCIENCE // Anthropology // Cultural & Social // Feminism & Feminist Theory // Women's Studies // für Frauen und // oder Mädchen // Soziologie // Persönlichkeitsentwicklung und praktische Tipps, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 393, Gewicht: 352 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Vagina
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One of our bestselling and most respected cultural critics, Wolf brings an astonishing work of cutting-edge science and cultural history that radically reframes how the vagina and women are understood.

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Vagina
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One of our bestselling and most respected cultural critics, Wolf brings an astonishing work of cutting-edge science and cultural history that radically reframes how the vagina and women are understood.

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Vagina: A New Biography , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, ...
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An astonishing work of cutting-edge science and cultural history that radically reframes how we understand the vagina - and consequently, how we understand women - from one of our most respected cultural critics and thinkers, Naomi Wolf, author of the modern classic The Beauty Myth. When an unexpected medical crisis sends Naomi Wolf on a deeply personal journey to tease out the intersections between sexuality and creativity, she discovers, much to her own astonishment, an increasing body of scientific evidence that suggests that the vagina is not merely flesh, but an intrinsic component of the female brain - and thus has a fundamental connection to female consciousness itself. Utterly enthralling and totally fascinating, Vagina: A New Biography draws on this set of insights about "the mind-vagina connection" to reveal new information about what women really need, and considers what a sexual relationship - and a relationship to the self - transformed by these insights could look like. Exhilarating and groundbreaking, Vagina: A New Biography combines rigorous science, explained for lay listeners, with cultural history and deeply personal considerations of the role of female desire in female identity, creativity, and confidence, from interviewees of all walks of life. Heralded by Publishers Weekly as one of the best science books of the year, it is a provocative and deeply engaging book that elucidates the ties between a woman's experience of her vagina and her sense of self; her impulses, dreams, and courage; and her role in love and in society in completely new and revelatory ways sure to provoke impassioned conversation. A brilliant and nuanced synthesis of physiology, history, and cultural criticism, Vagina: A New Biography explores the physical, political, and spiritual implications of this startling series of new scientific breakthroughs for women and for society as a whole, from a writer wh 1. Language: English. Narrator: Therese Plummer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/005834/bk_adbl_005834_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters...
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We've been thinking about sex all wrong. Mainstream media, movies, and porn have taught us that sex = penis + vagina, and everything else is just secondary. Standard penetration is how men most reliably achieve orgasm. The problem is, women don't orgasm this way. We've separated our most reliable route to orgasm - clitoral stimulation - from how we feel we should orgasm - penetration. As a result we've created a pleasure gap between women and men: 50 percent of 18- to 35-year-old women say they have trouble reaching orgasm with a partner 64 percent of women versus 91 percent of men said they had an orgasm at their last sexual encounter 55 percent of men versus 4 percent of women say they usually reach orgasm during first-time hookup sex In Becoming Cliterate, psychology professor and human sexuality expert Dr. Laurie Mintz exposes the broader cultural problem that's perpetuating this gap and what we can do about it. Pulling together evidence from biology, sociology, linguistics, and sex therapy into one comprehensive, accessible, and prescriptive book, Becoming Cliterate features: Cultural and historical analysis of female orgasm (spoiler: the problem's been going on for ages) An anatomy section (it's all custom under the hood) Proven techniques for cliterate sex (it starts with training the sex organ between your ears) A comprehensive final chapter for men (because you don't have to have a clitoris to be cliterate) By dispelling the lies, misunderstandings, and myths that have been holding us back, Becoming Cliterate tackles both personal and political problems and replaces them with updated outlooks and practical skills needed to change our collective perspective on sex. It's time to finally inform women and men on how to have satisfying experiences in bed that benefit 1. Language: English. Narrator: Teri Clark Linden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/006352/bk_harp_006352_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Bodies of Law
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The most basic assertions about our bodies--that they are ours and distinguish us from each other, that they are private and have boundaries, races, and genders--are all political theories, constructed in legal texts for political purposes. So argues Alan Hyde in this first account of the body in legal thought. Hyde demonstrates that none of the constructions of the body in legal texts are universal truths that rest solely on body experience. Drawing on an array of fascinating case material, he shows that legal texts can construct all kinds of bodies, including those that are not owned at all, that are just like other bodies, that are public, open, and accessible to others. Further, the language, images, and metaphors of the body in legal texts can often convince us of positions to which we would not assent as a matter of political theory. Through analysis of legal texts, Hyde shows, for example, how law's words construct the vagina as the most searchable body part; the penis as entirely under mental control; the bone marrow that need not be shared with a half-sibling who will die without it; and urine that must be surrendered for drug testing in rituals of national purification. This book will interest anyone concerned with cultural studies, gender studies, ethnic studies, and political theory, or anyone who has heard the phrase 'body constructed in discourse' and wants to see, step by step, exactly how this is done.

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Bodies of Law
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The most basic assertions about our bodies--that they are ours and distinguish us from each other, that they are private and have boundaries, races, and genders--are all political theories, constructed in legal texts for political purposes. So argues Alan Hyde in this first account of the body in legal thought. Hyde demonstrates that none of the constructions of the body in legal texts are universal truths that rest solely on body experience. Drawing on an array of fascinating case material, he shows that legal texts can construct all kinds of bodies, including those that are not owned at all, that are just like other bodies, that are public, open, and accessible to others. Further, the language, images, and metaphors of the body in legal texts can often convince us of positions to which we would not assent as a matter of political theory. Through analysis of legal texts, Hyde shows, for example, how law's words construct the vagina as the most searchable body part; the penis as entirely under mental control; the bone marrow that need not be shared with a half-sibling who will die without it; and urine that must be surrendered for drug testing in rituals of national purification. This book will interest anyone concerned with cultural studies, gender studies, ethnic studies, and political theory, or anyone who has heard the phrase 'body constructed in discourse' and wants to see, step by step, exactly how this is done.

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