Although grounded with some alarmingly icky details, Grantham's and others' essays reiterate the kind of bite-size sexual formulas that students spend pages deconstructing in their term papers. Whether or not the stereotypes are true (and Wolfe certainly believes they are), these writers circle around the same safe set of issuesthe fact that they're females talking about sex is somehow still more groundbreaking than whatever it is that they're saying.
As Grantham puts it, "There's politics in the act itself. It's just like, Hey, look! I'm a woman. I enjoy sex. I'm talking about it. Isn't this cool?"