Being Bodies: Buddhist Women on the Paradox of Embodiment
Lenore Friedman, Susan Ichi Su Moon
Shambhala, 1997 - Religion - 240 pages
Erin doesn't get what all the fuss is about. When did boys stop being friends and start being boyfriends? Why are all the girls in her year shaving their legs and slopping goop on their faces? And since when did her big sister start keeping secrets about her love life? Erin's never been afraid of doing her own thing but she never thought she'd be deliberately left out. What's everyone's problem?
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