Sex Talk: The Role of Communication in Intimate Relationships by Carey M. Noland
This book presents research that identifies the most salient issues related to communication about sex in relationships and explores these issues in a format that will improve the understanding and practice of sexual communication.
Spare Me 'the Talk'! A Guy's Guide to Sex, Relationships, and Growing Up by Jo Langford
Spare me the talk! is the first book of its kind by a guy, for guys ages 12-24, and for parents of boys as young as 8. With real-world stats and tips for both parents and their sons, this is not the typical, what is happening down there? book with a blue cover instead of a pink one. It is a comprehensive crash course for boys into staying safe emotionally, mentally, and physically while navigating the danger-laden worlds of teenage sex and sexuality in a digital age.
Ready: Why Women are Embracing the New Later Motherhood by Elizabeth Gregory
In Ready, Elizabeth Gregory tracks the burgeoning trend of new later motherhood and demonstrates that for many women today, waiting for family works best. She provides compelling evidence of the benefits of having children later - by birth or by adoption.
Hard to Get: Twenty-something Women and the Paradox of Sexual Freedom by Leslie C. Bell; Carl Bell (Other Primary Creator)
Examines the love lives of twenty-something American women in the San Francisco Bay Area, revealing that young women have more opportunities and information than previous generations, but that unsatisfying sex and relationships tend to stem from sexual freedom. (Descriptive content provided by Syndetics™, a Bowker service.)
Sexual Health: A Reference Handbook by David E. Newton
What are the major types of sexually transmitted diseases and how are they contracted and treated? How effective are different types of contraception? How do you recognize the stages of puberty? The defining feelings of sexual orientation? This candid, authoritative handbook is designed to serve young people as a reliable, enlightening source of answers to questions like these as they navigate the often confusing transition from adolescence to physical maturity.
Being Homosexual: Gay Men and Their Development by Richard Isay
Richard Isay was the first person to challenge the homophobia of the psychoanalytic community and prove, through his own story and those of his patients, that homosexuality is an innate characteristic rather than an acquired pathology.
Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women's Love and Desire by Lisa M. Diamond
This book offers a radical new understanding of the context-dependent nature of female sexuality. The author argues that for some women, love and desire are not rigidly heterosexual or homosexual, but fluid, changing as women move through the stages of life, various social groups and different love relationships. (Publisher)