Ladies, We Need To Talk: Everything We’re Not Saying About Bodies, Health, Sex & Relationships

Author: Yumi Stynes and Claudine Ryanr

£18.99

Ladies, We Need To Talk breaks the stigma around everything women are thinking but not saying. Yumi Stynes and Claudine Ryan cover all the trickiest taboo topics from their hit podcast, from bodies and mental health to sex and relationships.

The ABC podcast Ladies, We Need To Talk has been tearing open the sealed section on life for years, but host Yumi Stynes and co-creator Claudine Ryan know there’s still way more to say. In this book, they dive further into the podcast topics that resonated most with sensitivity, hilarity and serious smarts, and open the conversation further to include personal stories from listeners.
Want to discover the wonders of your vagina or know how to close the orgasm gap? Are you riding your hormonal rollercoaster blindfolded or feeling a bit weird about your period? Do you want to kick your mental load to the kerb or consider the alternatives to monogamy? You’re not the only one – and there’s no need to go it alone. Ladies, We Need To Talk is a book for all women who feel the squeeze between their private life and their pelvic floor.

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Yumi Stynes is a writer, broadcaster, television presenter, food fanatic, fitness enthusiast and mother-of-four - including two teenage girls. Yumi’s latest book is Welcome To Consent, following the best-selling Welcome to Your Period.
Among her daily responsibilities, she presents a national radio show on the KIIS network called The 3pm Pickup. She also hosts an ABC podcast

Claudine Ryan is a health journalist, editor and podcast producer with the ABC. She came up with the idea for for Ladies, We Need To Talk when she noticed how many people read stories about ageing vulvas and clitoral orgasms, but how rarely they are discussed.

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