Archives of the Vagina: A Journey through Time
by Dr. Margaret Aranda
What's an 'Archive?' According to yahoo, it is "a place or collection containing records, documents, or other materials of historical interest." Wikipedia says an archive is a "an accumulation of historical records, or the physical place they are located..." In simple terms, it's a library in a book. For you.
Wayne Connell, Founder and President, Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA)
Dr. Eve Agee, Best Selling Author of The Uterine Companion
My "first talk" wasn't actually a "talk" talk. I was thirteen years old, and my mother handed me a red hardcover book. The Red Book. I was told to turn to say, the seventh chapter. Okay, basic anatomy. The vagina was depicted in a large color illustration of the uterus and fallopian tubes, and there was a small illustration of the penis.
No preamble, no introduction, no warning. Initially it was pretty boring. A couple was sitting on the couch. They made it clear that it was a married couple. They made a big deal about that part. Horrified, my eyes widened as the penis was inserted into the vagina. What? I had to read it over again. How did that happen so fast? Wait! How did that happen so fast? How could that happen with their clothes on? I read it again. They definitely still had their clothes on.
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