"This book makes a significant addition to the sexual health research literature by focusing on women who live with a condition other than HIV... Summing Up: Recommended." -- P. Lefler "CHOICE"
" Nack's book is relevant to researchers interested in the psychological effects of sexually transmitted diseases on women. Primarily research-based, it appears to be the first of its kind on the subject. Recommended for academic libraries serving that population as well as public health libraries." -- Leigh Mihlrad, Albany Medical Coll. Lib., NY "LIBRARY JOURNAL"
About the Author
Adina Nack is Associate Professor of Sociology at California Lutheran University and has been involved with sexual health education for more than a decade as an outreach worker, health educator, researcher, as well as a professor of sexuality studies. She is a member of Ventura County's HIV/AIDS Coalition and, for several years has been the organizer of the county's World AIDS Day events.