Please Help Tell the Story of Our Sex Lives

Many of us remember the day we first ran across Our Bodies, Ourselves, as something of a revelation; perhaps you even picked up the more recent edition of the same book focused on menopause. But have you wished your voice was in there too? Now, thanks to former WVFC editor Chris Cupaiolo at Our Bodies, Our Blog, all women are being invited to come talk about sex, in all its dimensions.

We hope many readers of our generation jump at this opportunity; see, for example, the question below about online dating. If we don't join in, who else can make sure it reflects our lives? -- Ed.

Our Bodies Ourselves is seeking up to two dozen women to participate in an online discussion on sexual relationships. Stories and comments may be used anonymously in the next edition of “Our Bodies, Ourselves,” which will be published in 2011 by Simon & Schuster. We are seeking the experience and wisdom of heterosexual, lesbian, bisexual and queer women. Perspectives from single women are encouraged, and you may define relationship as it applies to you, from monogamy to multiple partners. We are committed to including women of color, women with disabilities, trans women and women of many ages and backgrounds.

Read more and join the discussion at Women's Voices For Change.

Women's Voices for Change: http://womensvoicesforchange.org

Non-partisan news and commentary from women over 40

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