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"This is another groundbreaking book and what we love is that it's woman-centered," she said. gives you the lowdown on gettin' down without talking down to you. There is also plenty of value for old dawgs (like the checklist of unhealthy post-breakup behavior). is aimed primarily at adolescents and young adults, it has a lot to offer for any adults with teenagers in their lives—or with questions of their own! She sets them up to do just that by framing each chapter—and the book as a whole—from a holistic view that acknowledges that things like body image, health, relationships, and support networks all play a role in sexual health. Lynn Ponton, author, "We thought we were liberated and informed, but Heather Corinna puts us to shame. The author writes with a compassionate, friendly and knowledgeable voice without being preachy or careless.

- The Feminist Women's Health Center "If you're looking for the definitive guide to sex and sexuality, and everything that it entails, then look no further than Heather Corinna's fact-filled book. There are thirteen main chapters included, along with appendixes that cover sexually transmitted diseases and infections and a bibliography and list of recommended sources (which include phone numbers and websites, as well as books).

This Lambda Literary Award nominee (2007) covers everything from STIs to sexual orientation, body image to birth control, masturbation to media to misogyny, the anatomy of the clitoris to considering cohabitation.

It may just be the one everything-you-need, comprehensive, no-judgment sexuality and relationships guide to help you get you through your teens and twenties...

There are parts that are humorous, but underneath it all is just frankness for the seriousness of the subject matter.