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Misconceptions by Naomi Wolf
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Aug 10, 12

Read from August 07 to 10, 2012

Interesting book - it lends new insight into our current medical profession through the lens of laboring practices. The last few chapters discuss new American family dynamics from a feminist perspective. The author uses a combination of statistics, quotes from the medical community, interviews with new mothers, and her own personal journey as evidence in this manifesto. I found her rhetoric both informative and endearing. Her honesty in describing her own post-partum depression and birth trauma increased the credibility of the book.
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Angela Sounds interesting...


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