When OUR BODIES, OURSELVES was first published in 1970, it was the first book to give women truthful, complete information about their sexual and reproductive health. Today, our understanding of sexuality and health are radically different–yet there’s no book that synthesizes a progressive understanding of gender, ability, identity, and size. Until now.
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9½ Weeks, Fatal Attraction and Me

Dinette creator Shaina Feinberg on how two infamous and very sexy movies filmed in her childhood home inspired her to subvert the male gaze.

Untoxicating Drinks for Sober October

“There’s a whole thing of just having something in your hand when you’re in a social setting.” The owner of a nonalcoholic beverage shop on ditching booze.

‘A Treasure in a Tree!’: Birders on Their (Expensive) Habit

Six birders on their bird-watching gear: “Last year I spent $2,300 on Swarovski binoculars. But that wasn’t enough.”

I’m Excited to Have My Second Baby…Why Are Others So Skeptical This Time?

One pregnant woman is doing her part to reduce the nationwide baby shortage.

‘Start Flying Toward the Smoke’: A Wildland Firefighter on Battling Blazes

“I feel like our fire season has been longer and I’ve been on more fires little by little every year.”

Back to School?

“Like trying to take a drink out of a fire hydrant:” Four principals on how Covid-19 is upending the start of a new year yet again.