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There is a magical moment in this book that will transport you back to your awkward middle school sex-ed class.
on August 1, 2015
I bought this book for a Neuroanatomy course I will be taking in the fall. Don't get me wrong, so far it's great and very helpful. An excellent way to help understand a complex system.
Apparently, however, it was written by a 6th grade sex ed class. Twice in this book so far the testes and ovaries have been referred to as, I quote, "naughty bits".
I think someone would benefit from playing the penis game.
Surely this book is aimed at college-level students. And, one would think, students who are pursuing the sciences. Why then, in a book full of technical anatomical terms, would the authors think it's appropriate to refer to the gonads as "naughty bits"? They're not even the naught bits! I would think the penis and vulva would be the "naughty bits". I mean, that's what we consider naughty right? Sexual pleasure? Anyways, I suppose I shouldn't expect much from a coloring book, amirite?
No but really you should buy this book. It's very helpful, and who doesn't like coloring?