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’ No one talked to me about how important family was or about commitment or raising children.
, author Rachel Hills delves into a topic that can often feel sensationalized: sex.
At the time, there was a lot of media discussion about “hookup culture” and the idea that young people were more promiscuous than ever been before, and I was interested in the way that this cultural story of unlimited sexual opportunity—excess, even—didn’t match up not only to my experiences, but also to the experiences of most other people I knew. interviewees, I was inundated with something like 800 emails in 48 hours.
RH: That was probably the most surprising thing about my research, actually—how eager people were to talk with me! RH: Female sexuality is a subject of constant debate in our culture—are women being empowered, are we being oppressed, are we being irresponsible, should people be concerned for the fate of “our girls”?
We serve women of all socioeconomic backgrounds as well as women who have children. “No one ever got in my business.” Asked what she meant by that, Richenberger explained no one ever told her what she was doing was wrong. What about Christmas and the holidays when I didn’t have anyone to share it with it?