Going All the Way by Sharon Thompson
Teenager Girls' Tales of Sex, Romance, and Pregnancy

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At once an affectionate tribute and a work of social history, Going All the Way captures the experiences of young women coming of age in modern day America. What emerges in this work is an all but unprecedented study of the intimate lives of teenage girls that goes far in explaining teen motivation and behaviour, "challenging the simplistic stereotypes and savage preconceptions that have kept us dangerously ignorant"--Alix Kates Schulman

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Sharon Thompson lives in New York City.
Published August 1, 1995 by Hill & Wang Pub. 340 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships, Science & Math, Professional & Technical, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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And the girls who can most successfully dissociate sex from anything but pleasure and experience seem to be the ones who score the most points with the author.

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The sexual mores of teenage girls is the subject of this disturbing investigation by feminist writer Thompson (Powers of Desire). With patience and creativity, she became the recipient of 400 teenage

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