The jokes she’s heard have strengthened her resolve. “They’re funny until you realize the point is that vaginas are bad, which is pretty horrible.”
Naomi Wolf’s ‘Vagina: A New Biography,’ is timely and thought provoking. This despite her leaps into zany territory, which may leave many feminists fuming, or just perplexed.
And under the category of Too Much Information, we have Amy Winehouse talking about her vagina, or as she calls it, her VaJew-Jew. The troubled singer was tapped to back a campaign launched by the alternative feminine hygiene product Mooncup, which is aiming to create a dialogue about women’s lady parts.