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557. Behind the Scenes with Karelia Stetz-Waters

Behind the Scenes
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Amanda and I make a startling discovery at the start of this episode! Author Karelia Stetz-Waters collects clitoris images and research and we have so many questions. After we take a side trip into the French Olympic mascot design, and cliteracy, a term coined by Sophia Wallace.

Then we talk about Karelia’s latest book, Behind the Scenes, which was one of Amanda’s favorite books.


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Here are the books we discuss in this podcast:

Oh, yes, we have so many links.

You can find Karelia Stetz-Waters on her website, and you can also sign up for the newsletter there, too! 

We also mentioned:

And, the French Olympic mascots:

The French mascots for the Olympics. They are supposed ot be red tricorn hats but they look like clits.

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  1. Kareni says:

    “Get in the car!” made me laugh,too.

    Sarah, Amanda, and Karelia: Thanks for a fun interview.

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