Farewell My Ovaries, First edition by Wendy Harmer

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Compulsively. She opened the first book and scanned the contents page. The doors swung open on a nightmarish world. ‘Hot flushes, night sweats, weight gain, osteoporosis, cancers, lowering of the voice, bloating, uro-genital complaints, skin, hair, eye mouth and nail symptoms, emotional symptoms, intellectual symptoms . ’ and on it went. When she got down the page to ‘loss of libido’ she flicked the cover shut. She scanned the faces of the women sitting in the café. They were giving nothing away—just staring blankly into the middle distance as they stirred their tea or twirled their cake forks.

Like I used to. You know, sort of wild and abandoned, and I never thought I could feel like that ever again. And it made me think . ’ Claire paused. ‘Think, yeah . ’ Meg parroted. ‘Oh shut up. ’ Claire felt she was at the rag end of her nerves. Meg now saw this and duly shut up. ‘The thing is, this might never happen to me ever again, Meg. I mean, I’m middle-aged, and I have had this huge realisation that I will never shag a stranger in a toilet ever again! ‘I will never be on a bus to Queensland and end up giving a blow job to the guy in the seat behind me.

Connor flashed a huge dazzling smile and the picture of perfection was complete. ‘I just dropped in, really. I’m going away tomorrow for a couple of weeks . ’ A couple of weeks! Claire’s heart stopped. ‘. . and I promised to call in and congratulate the happy couple. I missed talking to you last night, Rose—I was on duty at the wedding next door—but I did see you. You made a very beautiful bride. ’ Connor leaned forward to kiss Rose and there was a momentary fumble as she offered her hand at the same time.

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