Vulva

Vulva

Vulvagraphics 2009 final report

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English
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New View Campaign
Publication Date: 
2009

A report of the New View Campaign advocating against the medicalization of women’s bodies through “genital cosmetic surgery” and discussing how women’s appreciation of their bodies and sexual organs is manipulated by franchise-oriented surgeons and sensational media.

Website also includes a 5-minute video of the New View Campaign’s October 2009 VULVAGRAPHICS: AN INTERVENTION IN HONOR OF FEMALE GENITAL DIVERSITY.

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Visit their website to download a copy and to view the video.

The V zone: a woman's guide to intimate health care

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Author: 
Colette Bouchez
Publisher: 
Fireside
Publication Date: 
2001
Publication Place: 
New York, NY

Provides information on vaginal and vulvar health, as well as common gynaecological conditions, such as vaginitis, yeast infections, painful sex, STIs, vulvodynia, and urinary tract infections.

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ISBN 0684870975
WGYN.B68 2001 (CWHN Offices)
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Includes index.

The V book: a doctor's guide to complete vulvovaginal health

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Elizabeth G. Stewart
Paula Spencer
Publisher: 
Bantam Books
Publication Date: 
2002
Publication Place: 
Toronto, ON

Offers a guide on vulvovaginal matters, including specific illnesses and their treatments.

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ISBN 0553381148
WGYN.S74 2002 (CWHN Offices)
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Includes bibliographical references and index. --- Review, January 2003: A peculiar feature of North American society has been to shroud our vulvas and vaginas in mystery. Women speak of the places "down there" with eyes lowered. Yet, millions of us suffer from vulvar and vaginal problems, such as constant itching, interminable discharge, and pain during sexual intercourse. Luckily, Elizabeth Stewart, a gynaecologist with a full-time specialty practice in vulvovaginal care, offers us this guide on vulvovaginal matters, including the latest research translated into understandable explanations. The book is divided into three parts: what to know and do when a woman is well, what to know and do when she develops a problem, and an in-depth guide to specific problems and their treatments.
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