The War on Intimacy by Richard A. Panzer & Mary Ann Mosack deals with how we have arrived at a place in this country's higher education system where the first University-sponsored conversation about male-female intimacy is often "put the condom on before the penis touches" any of the three openings to the female body? Why are we having this kind of conversation, not just with college students, but with eleven-year-olds, many of whom have not yet reached puberty?
Readers of The War on Intimacy by Richard A. Panzer & Mary Ann Mosack will be surprised to learn that a vast censorship underlies much of sex education and reporting about sexual health today.
Consider the following questions: Is the purpose of most AIDS prevention to prevent the spread of AIDS, or is it to make people feel comfortable with having uncommitted sex with a succession of partners? These are just two of the questions answered in The War on Intimacy by Richard A. Panzer & Mary Ann Mosack.