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Macmillan Children's Book

We Need to Talk About Vaginas

An IMPORTANT Book About Vulvas, Periods, Puberty, and Sex!

We Need to Talk About

Author: Dr. Allison K. Rodgers; illustrated by Annika Le Large

We Need to Talk About Vaginas

We Need to Talk About Vaginas


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An illustrated guide to vaginas and vulvas from TikTok star Dr. Allison Rodgers
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Do you know the difference between a vagina and a vulva? If you’re not sure, We Need to Talk About Vaginas by TikToker Dr. Allison K. Rodgers could be for you!

There are lots of reasons why we don’t talk about vaginas. It can be embarrassing to discuss your vagina with your parents, we can feel confused about the changes that are happening to our bodies, and nobody else talks about vaginas—so why should you?

But KNOWLEDGE IS POWER people! The more we know about our vaginas and vulvas the better equipped we will be to deal with our bodies in the future. In this beautifully illustrated book Dr. Allison K. Rodgers simply explains everything from why we have periods to sex and consent in the age of social media. You’ll learn the correct names for everything, realize pubic hair is TOTALLY NORMAL, and discover the magical self-cleaning properties of vaginas.

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"An educational and empowering book that normalizes change and difference. With inviting sections that reflect genuine questions... Rodgers’ body-positive tone and Le Large’s inclusive illustrations make for a fun, accessible book that offers readers from any gender an entry point to understanding vaginas, their function, and their care... visual inclusivity underscores Rodgers’ resounding message: Everyone is different, and we can be proud of our unique selves." --Kirkus, starred review

"An inviting, conversational style puts readers at ease. A wealth of helpful illustrations... makes this guide highly recommended. Not only does the art feature female bodies in a range of sizes and skin colors, it also includes a variety of abilities and identities. An important puberty resource that will leave readers educated, empowered, and feeling included." --Booklist, starred review

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We Need to Talk About Vaginas

We Need to Talk About Vaginas