The book "Cunt" might change your views on other women as well as yourself. Or has it already?

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The book "Cunt" might change your views on other women as well as yourself. Or has it already?

Badass Badass
I'm working my way through this book right now and I am in total awe of this author and her openness. I mean she talks about her cunt like I would talk about chicken noodle soup to my grand mother.

A big theme in this book is learning to love your metaphorical sisters.

My question for you all is this:
What do you think we women should do, collectively, to create less hostility toward each other?

I have been trying something I saw on a tv show(lame place to get a motto, but hey, it worked for me),

Look at every woman like she is your mother. Like she is the one who fed you as an infant, kissed your scraped knees, like she has the womb you climbed out of. Every woman you encounter is your beloved mother who took care of you when sick or anything. And love like your mother loved you.

Second ?
Has anyone else ever tried this?
03/23/2012
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Badass Badass
Crickets chirping...
You ladies are telling me not a single one of you has read this book?
03/29/2012
vanilla&chocolate vanilla&chocolate
I hadn't even heard of this book before I saw this post, so I looked it up on Amazon. Now I want to read it and I plan to!

Collectively, to create less hostility toward each other, I think women need to stop using terms like "slut" and "whore," for starters. Either eliminate these terms or use them in a sex-positive, third-wave feministic way so that they are not slams from woman to woman. Secondly, this may sound simplistic, but I think simple NICENESS is in order. Not being so critical. Not taking Draconian cultural standards (especially those about bodies) and applying them to each other in order to aid in this horrible criticism. I realize that these suggestions are easier stated than done, but whatever steps we as individuals can take would be beneficial.
03/29/2012
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by vanilla&chocolate
I hadn't even heard of this book before I saw this post, so I looked it up on Amazon. Now I want to read it and I plan to!

Collectively, to create less hostility toward each other, I think women need to stop using terms like ...
We carry it on Eden.
03/29/2012
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Badass
Crickets chirping...
You ladies are telling me not a single one of you has read this book?
I wrote a very, very detailed review on it. And then I sent it to Sam.
03/29/2012
Errant Venture Errant Venture
Is it just me, or does anyone else think 'cunt' is a swearword that should be used only in certain situations?
03/30/2012
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