The story of the historic London Rubber Company and Durex condom business, with a foreword by Lesley A. Hall.
Tag: Family planning
The Cervical Cap in the Feminist Women’s Health Movement, 1976–1988
The late 1970s and early 1980s was the historical peak of interest in the cervical cap in the United States.
Catholicism, Contraception, and The History of Sexuality
The Commission had the potential to challenge the very nature of Catholic epistemology.
Race, Class, and Sex Education in Early Twentieth-Century South Africa
The purpose of sex education for most of the century was conservative.
The Sacred Precincts of Marital Bedrooms: Religion and the Making of Griswold
Liberal clergy helped build a broad popular consensus in favor of birth control, at least for married couples, during the late 1950s and 1960s.
Sexuality, Family Planning, and the British Left: An Interview with Stephen Brooke
A sweeping account of sexuality and socialism in twentieth century Britain.
Too Little, Too Late: The Path To Griswold v. Connecticut
It had taken fifty years to defeat the repressive, prudish and sexist ban on birth control.