Huffington Post | October 4, 2011
“We didn’t even know we were starting anything,” said Doress-Worters, one of the original co-authors of “Our Bodies, Ourselves.” The Boston Women’s Health Collective — the group of women behind the book — was born out of a workshop held at Emmanuel College in 1969 called “Women In Control of Our Bodies.”
“I was really excited by the conversation,” Doress-Worters said. “A lot of it came down to [the fact that] not only did we not have answers — we didn’t know the questions to ask.” From these informal discussions, a collective vision was born.
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