Review: The Wonder Down Under by Dr Nina Brochmann & Ellen Støkken Dahl

A little cheeky, a little classy and entirely honest is this guide to the female anatomy. Too often, the female genitals are considered to be a taboo subject, which can lead to silly and awkward nicknames and a lack of understanding about what is--and what is not--normal. In this guide, the authors tell readers the truth about the female anatomy in an effort to help women make smart and empowering choices about their personal and sexual health. 

Originally published in Norway, The Wonder Down Under became so popular that it has now been published in English for the first time. I really appreciated the factual and friendly way that this one was written--it's definitely suitable for women (and men) from a wide range of backgrounds. 



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