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Topic - Naomi Wolf
Certain feminists, similar to children discovering that certain words shock their mommies, like to talk dirty. Or at least naughty. Naomi Wolf climbs on this bandwagon once more with her eighth book, "Vagina: A New Biography" (Ecco, 2012).
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She writes: "Producing the stimulation necessary for these mind states is part of the evolutionary task of the vagina.
The experience of the mystical, transcendent and shining elevations which enable a woman to connect with the divine, or "greater self," Ms. Wolf writes, is available to all women in their "multi-orgasmic capacity."