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I am a clinical psychologist who picked up this book thinking that perhaps it would be similar to one of the other journalistic but informative books about body image, dieting, and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jennifer May, Ph.D.
I checked this out of the library because the three pages I read in the aisle were engagingly written and amusing. Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by mcrdc
I am giving this book two stars because the author can write well, but that's about it. As someone who is trying to recover from a negative body image brought on by childhood... Read morePublished on March 5, 2012 by Naaga
I go to the gym five times a week, so i'm in the locker room quite a lot. This book really puts my locker rooms into a new light - a scary one! Read morePublished on February 3, 2012 by M. J. Lloyd
Leslie, Leslie, Leslie, a few interviews, Leslie...
Yes Leslie, you're thin, you are so disciplined in your workouts, and you wear thong underwear. We affirm you. Read more
I'm not finished reading the book but I'm really enjoying it. Being a female with body issues, I find Ms. Goldman's comments and observations very entertaining. Read morePublished on December 1, 2008 by Ms. Susan R. Perlin
(This isn't the most cohesive review; the book itself is fragmented into very delineated chapters.)
Leslie Goldman spent a long time eavesdropping in her locker gym,... Read more
This book started off really funny. By the time I got midway through it, I was counting the pages until it was over. It got old fast.Published on July 25, 2008 by D. Kolker
About: Goldman took five years talking to women in her gym locker room about their bodies.
Pros: The closest I'll ever get to a female locker room. Read more