In 1969, a group of women met at a conference on women’s liberation conference at Emmanuel College in Boston. Realizing how little they knew about their own bodies, they formed a group and set out to learn all they could. In 1970 they put together a course booklet to share their findings, and “Our Bodies, Ourselves” was born.
Since then, the book has been updated and revised nine times (most recently in 2011) to include new information and perspectives. To learn more about each edition and view excerpts, table of contents, contributors lists, book introductions and more, click on a link below.
(More info coming in winter 2019.)