Sexual Freedom and Venereal Disease Morton 1971 This old fashioned discussion of sexual hygiene practices reads more academic than other commentary. Old fashioned views on women (and their relative “cleanliness”) are driving most the discussion, but in general the whole
Microbes and Morals Rosebury 1971 This dense text is written for young people. I was surprised on how this book was more a history of sexually transmitted disease, along with a pretty thorough discussion of the science rather than a
Herpes: Cause & Control Wickett 1982 In the early 80s, this was one of the scarier STDs. (The HIV crisis was still not big news yet.) No one really worried about this stuff. Take some pennicillin and you are good
Straight Talk About Sexually Transmitted Diseases Brodman, Thacker and Kranz 1993 Not a bad choice for the early 90’s but of course medical information is suspect after five or so years. I did appreciate the candor of this book and
Deadly Deception: The Proof that Sex and HIV Absolutely Do Not Cause AIDS
Really? 1994? Wow. I’m really suprised it is that current (and yet…old in medical book terms). There are some pretty “interesting” reviews of this book at Amazon.com. I can’t wait to hear what you all think!