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Adina Nack, a medical sociologist who specializes in sexual health and social psychology, conducted in-depth interviews with 43 women about their identities and sexuality in regards to chronic illness. The result is a fascinating book about an issue that affects over 15 million Americans, but is all too little discussed. Damaged Goods adds to our knowledge of how women are affected by living with chronic STDs and reveals the stages of their sexual- self transformation.
Damaged Goods? Women Living with Incurable Sexually Transmitted Diseases
From the anxiety of being diagnosed with an STD to issues of blame and shame, Nack-herself diagnosed with a cervical HPV infection-shows why these women feeling that they are "damaged goods," question future relationships, marriage, and their ability to have healthy children. The following ISBNs are associated with this title:. ISBN - It's based on research but really accessible and well-written. A great book for those who Damaged Goods? Adina Nack. HPV or herpes? This book's for you!
Damaged Goods?: Women Living With Incurable Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexual Invincibility. When someone has less shame, she says, they take better care of themselves and their partners.
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Adina Nack , Ph. When she was 20 years old, she was diagnosed with a cervical HPV infection. She so wanted to help other women with HPV feel OK with it — particularly less stigmatized — that she wrote a book about it, Damaged Goods?
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She tells Bustle that the lack of YouTube channels about STIs and what she was going through was one reason she started her channel. Laureen HD also hopes that big brands start acknowledging STIs more in order to help destigmatize them. She says the site helps answer the question: What do you do when you are tested and you learn that you do have an STI?