Cunt - book by Seal press - review by DrNike69


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A Declaration for Any Cuntlovin' Person Anywhere

Cunt is great book for cuntlovin' women everywhere who are proud of their sex and want to learn ways to support their fellow womankind. Not just for radical feminists, this book tackles the everyday steps to take to protect yourself from cunt haters, and the ways you can support female owned and operated endeavors, while enriching your own life.
Encourages cuntlovin', not penis hatin'.
Can get a bit soap boxy at times, and the writing style is a bit childish.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review

Content / Style / Audience

Cunt is an examination of the way women are forced to live in the male-dominated society of the present without encouraging all females to stop shaving their armpits.

Inga Muscio takes a more female-loving view of feminism, as opposed to the frequently stereotyped man-hating scenario. Cunt encourages women to take control of their own lives, and to support and love all women everywhere.

The book is divided into three sections. The first attacks how any words associated with vaginas always seem to receive a negative connotation.

The second part focuses on the vagina itself and all its surrounding parts. Muscio encourages all women to not be afraid or ashamed of the jewel between their legs, but rather love it and nurture it, and protect it.

The most informational part of the book I found in this section, which describes different ways to promote women-run businesses by turning away from something all women need each month - feminine hygiene products. The third part of the book turns a bit soap boxy, as Muscio encourages all women to basically only use men for what is necessary and get back at big business by only supporting female owned and operated businesses. This was the only part of the book I found highly illogical and impractical, but I understand the point - support women, bycott men. And it mostly makes sense - why do we constantly buy products for our own vaginas (i.e., tampons) that are designed, manufactured, and sold by men? The book ends with a touching afterword, followed by guides with phone numbers, websites, and addresses where women can turn to support their fellow womankind.

Overall, Cunt is a great examination and learning tool for the beginning feminist, or the woman who loves other woman but still loves men. The book teaches against the norm of gender biases against women, and provides a great fun read.

Plus, I think it's great to get stares from people on the bus because you're reading a book with the word "cunt" plastered on the front ;)


The book is a great, small, chunky shape. The chapters are separated properly, and the publishers obviously accommodated Muscio's frequent use of line spacing for emphasis, which really adds to the book. Plus, the cover its pretty and understated, and the colors of the cover and binding look great together.
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  • Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
    Nice review Big smile
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    Nice review, thanks!
  • Sammi
    Sounds interesting, for sure Smile
  • Love Buzz
    Would love to read this
  • zeebot
    Good review, thanks!
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  • Solar Ray
    Sounds like an interesting book going even by the title.
  • Pretty Birdy
    Thanks for the review!
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