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Cunt by Inga Muscio
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Oct 10, 2007

really liked it
Read in January, 2003

Want to know about vaginas? This is your book. After reading this book, I would often brag to girl friends of mine that I probably knew more about their vaginas than they did. I would then proceed to WOW them with my vag-tastic knowledge. I think though, that in the 4 years since I have read this book, there has been quite an adjustment to the learning curves of women interested in their own crotches. Or, maybe I have been hanging out with girls who are more and more vagina-savvy.

Whenever I was reading this book in public, complete strangers would approach me and ask what the book was about. When I told them that it was about exactly what the title said it was, and that it was a work of non-fiction, they often had trouble believing me. Alas, the majority of subject matter in this book is actually about tha vajayjay...

This may sound boring, but the entire book is actually quite intriguing. Inga Muscio also has a very unique sense of humor that had me laughing quite often. As some of the material in this book is coming closer to common knowledge for more informed females of this century, it may be more important for males to read this book, although there are definitely tidbits that females will be surprised by. Want to be entertained through a unique and thorough view of a extremely common subject, look no further than your lap... where this exciting book by Inga Muscio should be...
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Radfem I ain't got no vagina! It's a cunt. 'Vagina' in Latin means 'sheath'. Ouch. I have a cunt. It's sort of what the whole book is about.

message 2: by Liz (new) - rated it 1 star

Liz "After reading this book, I would often brag to girl friends of mine that I probably knew more about their vaginas than they did." Oh my god, you are a complete tool.

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Siff B ^What Liz said.

Paige Agree with Liz.

It's really sad to me that this isn't considered common knowledge. I thought it was? I know I didn't learn anything new about my body by reading it--and in fact Inga is misinformed on somethings (a couple of which are listed in my review). But then it was written 10 years ago so maybe things are changing.

message 5: by Beaty (new)

Beaty Richardson the fact that you feel the need to use terms such as "vajayjay" seriously makes me want to punch you in the face

Jenan moron

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Kate B

Taylor I don't think we read the same book. You should re-read for better comprehension. You will NEVER know more than a lady about her cunt because you don't have one.

message 9: by Jessica (new)

Jessica Blair Look up the vagina monologues and the real meaning of the word "cunt" actually very flatering and true.

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Viveka lol

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