Submitted by: Anonymous
My mother gave me a copy of the second edition of “Our Bodies, Ourselves” when I was a teenager. She bought it when she was young, probably soon after she got married, and warned me that the medical advice would be almost 20 years out of date. But it was still worth a read.
I have enjoyed comparing new editions over the years. While the facts about what birth control is available might change, the content is always relevant.