Three Women is a 2019 non-fiction book by Lisa Taddeo. It is her debut book and was published on July 9, 2019 by Avid Reader Press, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
Three Women is a 2019 non-fiction book by Lisa Taddeo. It covers the sexual and emotional lives of three women from different backgrounds and regions of the United States.
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One in three women in the United States will have an induced abortion in her lifetime. Every Third Woman in America: How Legal Abortion Transformed Our Nation tells the forgotten story of the transition from the back alley to safe care after Roe v. Wade was enacted in 1973. The legalization of abortion resulted in prompt and dramatic health improvements for women, children, and families, but an entire generation of Americans has grown up unaware of the harsh and unnecessary tragedies of back-alley abortions.
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Three Women’ Is The Book Every Man Should Read This Summer. A work of narrative nonfiction almost ten years in the making offers new insight into female desire and gender politics. It’s also a brilliant work of prose. Lisa Taddeo’s new book is a work of narrative non-fiction that traces the lives and desires of three ordinary American women. Maggie’ is a twentysomething fighting a court case against a teacher with whom she claims to have had a damaging love affair during her teenage years.
For all the freedoms women have won, female desire is still considered unruly. IN THE EARLY 1970s Gay Talese set out to record the evolution of America’s sexual mores. The book was a sensation even before its publication in 1981. Much has changed since
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