Embraceable, the anthology I have an essay in, is now available on Kindle. There will also be a physical paperback released eventually. Edited by the fantastic August McLaughlin, this is a phenomenal anthology and I could not be happier to be a part of it.
Here’s the official summary from Amazon:
A provocative blend of memoir, anthology and inspiration, EMBRACEABLE is a celebration of women’s sexual empowerment. Learn how August McLaughlin, creator and host of Girl Boner®, found her way out of the sexual repression to which too many girls and women are prone. She then weaves research and inspiring facts around stories contributed by women who’ve cultivated sexual empowerment in their own lives–on topics ranging from asexuality, kink and burlesque dancing to religion, “slut”-shaming and surviving sexual assault. Learn what girls do (and don’t) learn in sex ed, the truth behind widespread damaging messages, the role body image plays in embracing our sexual selves and more.
Please, pick up a copy and support the hell out of this book 🙂