To mis-quote a famous TV advert, this book does exactly what it says on the cover. It is indeed a collection of 'ordinary' Australian women urinating, although the 'public places' seems to be their homes and gardens in the majority of cases. There is very little of the more daring aspect of very public exhibitionism - no shocking elderly ladies in shopping malls here.
There's a short bit of blurb written by each girl before their set, which appears to be a bit contrived and of the 'It's so liberating!!' style. The pictures themselves are of good quality, some of which are quite explicit (but I'm sure a quick search on the internet would bring up much stronger images, so don't buy this if you're just looking for explicit thrills).
In conclusion? Some will no doubt hail this book as a breakthrough, both for feminism and for aficionados of 'Wet Sex', but the casual observer is left to ponder one question. Is this really an expression of feminism, of women taking control of all aspects of their lives and not being bound by the rules of society and is, therefore, erotic art - or is it simply pornography pretending to be something more?