Why write a book about penetration? Because the subject is there, so present that it is invisible. Above all, I wanted to ensure that we hear things that are too often silenced, that we speak, that we think, that we consider sexuality as an element of human invention, of its culture, of its arts, of its policy. I wanted us to hear the difficulties, the pains, the fear of being abnormal, and say that we don't care about normality if it means contempt and judgment for what is different.
The book is made up of three parts: Beyond Penetration, Introduction to About Penetration and About Penetration. This last part is made up of testimonies (anonymous, except for two people who testified under their own name, women, writers, Eloïse Lièvre and Emmanuelle Pagano).