In this hilarious and candid memoir about twenty-first-century womanhood, Cherry shares outrageous, poignant and eye-wateringly funny confessions. Warm, honest and heartfelt, Letters to my Fanny will have you gasping in recognition.
How much more fun in life could I have had if I'd just stopped worrying so much and stopped beating myself up?
In this book, Cherry reveals the things she wishes her mother had told her, through a series of hilarious anecdotes and excruciating confessions.
Each chapter opens with a letter to a different body part: 'Letters to my Fanny' covers sex, orgasms and periods; 'Letters to my Brain' covers education, memory and media; 'Letters to my Tummy' covers crop-tops, pregnancy and sit-ups.
This wonderfully warm, funny and candid book is a collection of hopeful dispatches from the frontline of girlhood - an impassioned plea to stop piling pressure on girls and young women and allow them to get on with their lives without having to mind the thigh gap . . .