From The Juneau Empire:
“When a Woman Loves a Man: A Coloring Book for Lovers” eschews geometric designs and fractal patterns for artful depictions of people expressing their love in both safe-for-work and decidedly not-safe-for-work fashions.
“It’s very sex-positive without being exploitative,” said Erika Stone, who wrote couplet-like captions for the book’s images and created the scenarios depicted. “The project is about joy and love and intimacy.”
From The Westerly Sun:
"Working together with more than 3,000 miles between them, the mother-daughter team launched a feminist, adult coloring book ("naughty but tasteful" with illustrations that are "a little spicy but sweet") earlier this year. Susan says the coloring book, created and owned by two women, is empowering to women, and all about joy, connection, love and intimacy."