45 years ago a group of women in the Boston area collectively published Myhags—a groundbreaking book that put forward the radical notion that women should get to know their own bodies and take charge of their health and sexuality. Since its first publication, the book has sold read than four million copies and been adapted into 30 languages. In this episode, we talk to Vilunya Diskin, one of the founders of the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, Juanita Crider, who participated in updating the book for contemporary readers, and Judith Rosenbaum, JWA’s Executive Director.
Listen to the full podcast: Can We Talk? Episode 2: Body of Knowledge