Devices and Desires
A History of Contraceptives in AmericaBook - 2001
In Devices and Desires, Andrea Tone breaks new ground by showing what it was really like to buy, produce, and use contraceptives during a century of profound social and technological change. A down-and-out sausage-casing worker by day who turned surplus animal intestines into a million-dollar condom enterprise at night; inventors who fashioned cervical caps out of watch springs; and a mother of six who kissed photographs of the inventor of the Pill -- these are just a few of the individuals who make up this riveting story.
Publisher: New York : Hill and Wang, 2001.
Edition: 1st ed. --
Branch Call Number: 363/.96/0973/Ton 6173mb 1
Characteristics: xvii, 366 p. : ill.
Alternative Title: Devices & desires