This is a fascinating look at how the evolution of society has forced an iconic, once progressive book to change.
But has it changed enough and is is still relevant? What makes the text still an important educational tool?
“In the beginning, it was about educating women about what they didn’t know,” says Kiki Zeldes, the book’s senior editor. “But it’s become more about helping women sift through the misinformation. You know, who’s telling women that a vaginoplasty is going to give them a better vagina?”