"Perfecto. This is just what girlitas need today—a get-real guide with un-airbrushed photos that allows them to dialogue with their bodies on the most honest levels."—Deborah Gregory, author, The Cheetah Girls series and Catwalk
"Body Drama should be center stage in every young woman's life. It will make you love every little thing about your body: your sags, you tags, your lumps, your bumps. It's a book of liberation and it's fun."—Eve Ensler
"I love this book! It puts loving (and knowing) your body into words and pictures -- you'll find out yours isn't so different after all. Body Drama has the answers you want to the questions you don't know how to ask. Fun and frank, like talking to a good friend who knows absolutely everything and is willing to dish."—Kim Gandy, President of the National Organization of Women
"In Body Drama, Nancy Redd combines the stylishness of Naomi Campbell, the vibe of your best friend, and photos you always wanted to see but were afraid to ask. An empowering, original, funny, and frank book, Body Drama is poised to become the modern girl's Our Bodies, Ourselves."—Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards, authors of Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future and Grassroots: A Field Guide to Feminist Activism.
"Body Drama…should be on the shelf of every family, school, and doctor in America."—Nancy Brown, PhD, professor of Adolescent Sexuality at Stanford University, Senior Research Associate at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Research Institute
"Demystifies female bodies and shows them as they really look: curvy, sometimes pimply and never perfect."—Glamour magazine
About the Author
Two weeks after graduating from Harvard with an honors degree in womens studies, Nancy Redd won the title of Miss Virginia, going on to make the top ten and winning the swimsuit competition at Miss America 2004. Nancy has been named one of Glamour magazines Top Ten College Women, LOREALs Beauty of Giving Young Woman of the Year, and one of Harvard magazines Top Six Seniors. Nancy once won $250,000 on Who Wants to be a Millionaire
and donated 10 percent of her winnings to 4-H, the nations oldest youth development program where she is currently a member of the National Board of Trustees. She and her unique views have been featured on E! True Hollywood Story
, NPR, PBS, Inside Edition
, CBSs The Early Show, Eyewitness Kids News
, Discovery Channel, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, USA Today, The New York Times, Forbes
magazine, Good Morning America, CosmoGIRL!, J-14
, and more.
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