... this collection of critical, queer, feminist, erotic writings is exceptional, bringing embodied clarity to critical thinking. Sexy Bodies transgresses the normative stylistic boundries of academic language and prose, re-formulating rather than re-defining how we can speak and think and write... Not content to write about sex and bodies, the editors asked the contributers to write as sex and bodies... the result is energizing.... this book accepts the indefinable, engorges us and consumes us. Much like good sex.... I savour this volume for its diversity in thought, culture, style, and vision of sexuality.. - Index Magazine Sexy Bodies is a wonderfully sexy, wonderfully smart, decidedly feminist, bold and fun book. -Jane Gallup, author of Around 1981 Sexy Bodiesi attempts to move beyond the current unsxy state of acdemic research on the body by exploring the production of sexulities instead of their dexription... Grosz and Probyn concieve of sexuality in the broadest possible thematic and methodological term. Charmaine Eddy, Canadian Literature, Winter 2001.