The V book - erotic book by Bantam - review by LucyLemonade

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The V book

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Vagina: An Owner's Guide!

This is a great reference book to learn all about vaginal health and would be an excellent learning tool for adolescent girls.
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Pros:
Excellent reference guide.
Cons:
Information needs a little updating.
Rating by reviewer:
4
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I was very impressed at this book’s amount of information. It is a great guidebook for anyone who happens to have a vagina. And personally I think men should flip through the book as well to learn a little more about a part of the female anatomy that can be slightly mysterious in nature. Reading this book would help men to navigate, and understand the female body.

The V Book|The V book is set up very well, the layout is fluid and the illustrations are realistic and tastefully done. I believe this book would be excellent for a young girl to learn more about their body in adult language. As I was growing up, I had many questions that I was too embarrassed to ask. I always wondered if I was “normal”. The V Book would be a great tool to let young women learn about their body without having to ask other girls and risk feeling embarrassed. There is a section that discusses the way a pelvic exam should be run, and what to expect for your first exam. This would take a lot of the stress and fear out of a girl’s mind if they know what to expect. I know I was terrified at my first pelvic exam.

Some of the information that I found helpful includes when to be alarmed about bumps or changes around the vulva, normal discharge, bladder pain, and skin conditions to watch for. I believe this book will be a handy guide and my first route to finding out if I should be worried enough to visit my gynecologist.

The section on sexual health was very in-depth and tastefully written. I enjoyed the fact that they discuss vibrators|Information on vibrating sex toys and masturbation as a part of a healthy sex life.

I enjoyed the section that discusses vulvodynia, vestibulodynia and clitorodynia. I was recently diagnosed with vulvodynia and the information was very helpful to understand the condition itself. Before I was diagnosed I had never heard of vulvodynia and thought that something must be wrong with myself and I was imagining the pain that I was experiencing during intercourse.

I would recommend this book as an addition to any woman’s library.
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  • Cock Wrangler
    Everyone's anatomy is a little mysterious, when you think about it. Definitely a good idea to know more about your own body and any other types of bodies you interact with. :)
  • - They need one written for men like this. I'd certainly read it.
  • Wondering what information would you update?
  • - There are actually some other ways to treat vulvodynia now that weren't in the book, they may not have been available when it was written.
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