Bryan got me this book for Christmas and I recently finished it.
What an easy, fun, provocative, enlightening and and empowering read!
It is not a book for the prude. That's for sure.
I couldn't relate to most of it and I think I lost a few brain cells in the process...
But man does it make you feel proud to be a woman.
And boy did I laugh out loud a lot at Jenny's crazy love life stories that really began in elementary school.
Honestly, I didn't even really know boys existed in elementary school and I noticed them in middle school, but was too insecure and uncomfortable in my own skin to act like I knew they existed.
I didn't have my 1st boyfriend until I was 17 years old.
With that being said I do have many stories about guys, as Bryan and I didn't meet 'til I was 26 years old, but those stories are sealed in a vault *wink*
Jenny's life has been one crazy ride and I seriously loved reading about it all, especially the excerpts with her therapists giving advice, as I did actually learn some valuable information about relationships throughout this read.
I made Bryan read the chapter titled Cheating: Thou Shalt Not Covet Another Vagina.
And then I made him read Man Junk and Lady Bits because it was hilarious stuff!
I've since gone to the complete other end of the literary spectrum and am now reading a book I got Bryan for Christmas, Smart Couples Finish Rich by David Bach.
I'm already gaining all of those lost brain cells back...