Our Bodies, Ourselves
Knowledge is power! Our Bodies, Ourselves is wide in scope (but lacking in depth), and has a profoundly feminist perspective as it emphasizes sexual health, reproductive rights, community-based organization and the political, economic and social conditions that limit access to quality health care. Much of this new information details recent health research on needs and inequities in medical care, and reflects the experiences of different ethnicities, sexual preferences and economic backgrounds. A must read for any budding activist, health care consumer, or civil right ally.