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Our Bodies, Ourselves is a book about women's health and sexuality produced by the nonprofit organization Our Bodies Ourselves originally called the Boston Women's Health Book Collective. First published in the late s, it Casual Dating Worcester Massachusetts 1602 information related to many aspects of Sex women in Boston health and sexuality, including: The most recent edition of the book was published in The book was revolutionary in that it encouraged women to celebrate their sexuality, including chapters on reproductive rights, lesbian sexuality, and sexual independence.

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The book has been translated and adapted by women's groups around the world and is available in 29 languages. Sales for all the Sex women in Boston exceed four million copies.

The health seminar that inspired the booklet was organized in by Nancy Miriam Hawley at Boston's Emmanuel College.

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We didn't have the information we needed, so we decided to find it on our own. The original writers of the book stated four main reasons for creating it.

First, that personal experiences provide a valuable way to understand one's own body beyond the mere facts that experts can provide, creating an empowering learning experience. Second, this kind of learning meant that they were "better prepared to evaluate that institutions that are supposed to meet our health needs. Sex women in Boston

Third, the historical lack of self-knowledge about the female body "had had one major consequence - pregnancy" and through Sex women in Boston information, women will have more ability to make proactive choices about when to get pregnant.

Fourth, information about one's body wmoen perhaps the most essential kind of education, because "bodies are the physical bases from which we move out into the world".

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Without this basic information, women are alienated from their own body and necessarily on unequal footing with men. The women researched and wrote up the information themselves.

The 12 feminists then published their research as a cent, page booklet called Women and Their Bodiespublished in by the New England Free Press. The booklet sold Sex women in Boston, copies in New England without any formal advertising. As a result of their success, the women formed the womem Boston Women's Health Book Sex women in Boston which now goes by the name Our Bodies Ourselves and published the first page Our Bodies, Ourselves in Since then, over four million copies have been sold.

Inthe group announced that due to financial pressures, it would no longer publish new print editions nor have experts update its web site with new health information. The collective formed at the peak Yonkers ne black womensex the women's movement in Boston.

Twelve women all between the ages of 23 to 39 first attended a workshop Bostom "Women and Their Bodies" which allowed the women to discuss together the issues they had surrounding their health. The discussion created a consciousness-raising environment, providing each woman with information that they all Sex women in Boston with when handling issues about their bodies. The strong discussion supplied the women with the necessary tools and ideas that lead to the creation of their book that Sex women in Boston issues surrounding sexuality and abortion.

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They put their knowledge into an accessible format that served as a model for women Sex women in Boston wanted to learn about themselves, communicate with doctors, and challenge the medical establishment to change and improve the health of women everywhere. Reproductive justice was at the forefront during the women's liberation, causing much debate over the biological rights of women.

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The Equal Rights Amendment had a section specifically targeting the important issues about Reproductive justice that woen multiple reproductive rights and issues surrounding family. The strategy of the reproductive justice plank was to establish the Sex women in Boston rights and access for women to gain control over their bodies.

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Through the passing of this legislation woman would be granted the ability Sex women in Boston have abortions, obtain access to birth control and gain full control over their bodies. The Boston Collective focused on these ideas to allow women the ability to understand their bodies and themselves as women.

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During the National Women's Conference, women from all over the country deliberated to determine the exact laws that should be put into place for women's reproductive justice. The Boston Collective work together to teach courses Sex women in Boston create books that provide knowledge from women not only in Boston, but women across the nation.

These women use Sex women in Boston skills and knowledge to provide many women with knowledge about their lives through rhetoric that avoids describing the female reproductive system as passive, unproductive, helpless, or powerless.

The organization has also created two single-topic books.

Menopause was published in[9] and Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth in Women Aging with Knowledge and Power. The first book was a product Sex women in Boston Boson feminist movement and could still be said to reflect its values.

The personal experiences of women are taken into account and are quoted Sex women in Boston, while the social and political context of women's health informs the content Sex women in Boston the book. The book emphasizes empowerment through Boaton and learning, specifically, information gained through women sharing their personal narratives with each other because "by sharing our responses we can develop a base on which to be critical of what the experts eomen us.

The Hot older woman style of the book tends toward a familiar, inclusive tone, with the authors referring to women and themselves as a collective group.

The collective of women who initiated Our Bodies, Ourselves are part of the documentary She's Beautiful When She's Angryabout the founders of the modern women's movement from to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A Brief History and Reflection.

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