Human Sexuality: Making Informed Decisions by Dr. Susan Milstein
Human Sexuality: Making Informed Decisions encourages students to take charge of their lives by making deliberate, informed sexual decisions. The book explains how making informed and deliberate decisions involves being aware of the options and consequences of the various choices and taking deliberate action.
The chapters in this sixth edition have been thoroughly revised, with more than 400 new research citations (many 2019 references). The revision also features original data from over 13,000 undergraduates who revealed their sexual attitudes and behaviors.
This sixth edition also reflects an awareness of changes in gender terminology in our society. Where appropriate, the term cisgender has been used.
The theme of the text remains the same: to encourage you to make informed, deliberate sexual decisions. In this regard, making informed/deliberate decisions involves being aware of the options/consequences of the various choices, making a decision, and following through.
Susan A. Milstein is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist and a Certified Sexuality Educator. She has an MA in Health Education and a PhD in Human Sexuality Education. Dr. Milstein is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Health and Kinesiology at Texas A & M University. She is the Continuing Education Coordinator for the Woodhull Freedom Foundation, a member of the Advisory Board for the Men’s Health Network, and a member of the Advisory Board for the American Journal of Sexuality Education.