The Lincoln Journal Star | August 27, 2005
Some of the issues are the same — good, basic information about women’s health is still the backbone of the book. And the book is still peppered with first-person narratives with women telling their own stories.
New topics relevant to today’s women — young and old — include read information about body image and eating disorders, gender identity, HIV and AIDS, reproductive choices, growing older and navigating the current health care system.
But “Our Bodies, Ourselves” is still about “consciousness raising,” Norsigian said. “We speak to that. We can’t ignore it.”
Read the full story: by Kathryn Cates Moore