Chatelaine | October 19, 2011
There is always a need to update the book periodically, since information about women, health and sexuality does change over time, and the challenges we face also change. This time we did a major revision, utilized social media, and engaged many more younger women. Some of the new topics we cover — such as the sexualization of very young girls, the impact of environmental toxins on reproductive health, and the increasing legal constraints on women’s access to reproductive freedom — will be of special interest.
Read the full story: Why Our Bodies, Ourselves Still Matters 40 Years Later by Terri Coles