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Cover: Obstetrics and Gynecology in Low-Resource Settings: A Practical GuideObstetrics and Gynecology in Low-Resource Settings: A Practical GuideNour, Nawal M.PAPERBACK11/28/2016$27.00
Cover: Every Woman's Guide to Diabetes: What You Need to Know to Lower Your Risk and Beat the OddsEvery Woman's Guide to Diabetes: What You Need to Know to Lower Your Risk and Beat the OddsEisenstat, Stephanie A.
Barlow, Ellen
PAPERBACK04/30/2008$30.00
Cover: Learning to Dance: Advancing Women’s Reproductive Health and Well-Being from the Perspectives of Public Health and Human RightsLearning to Dance: Advancing Women’s Reproductive Health and Well-Being from the Perspectives of Public Health and Human RightsYamin, Alicia ElyPAPERBACK11/01/2005$19.99Currently unavailable
Cover: The New Harvard Guide to Women's HealthThe New Harvard Guide to Women's HealthCarlson, Karen J.
Eisenstat, Stephanie A.
Ziporyn, Terra
HARDCOVER04/30/2004$58.00
Cover: The 30-Minute Fitness Solution: A Four-Step Plan for Women of All AgesThe 30-Minute Fitness Solution: A Four-Step Plan for Women of All AgesManson, JoAnn
Amend, Patricia
HARDCOVER04/16/2001$40.00
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Celebrating Pride Month, Part II

To celebrate Pride Month, we are highlighting excerpts from books that explore the lives and experiences of the LGBT+ community. This second excerpt comes from How To Be Gay, a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award, in which David M. Halperin, a pioneer of LGBTQ studies, dares to suggest that gayness is a way of being that gay men must learn from one another to become who they are.