Synopses & Reviews
Our campuses are steeped in political correctness?that?s hardly news to anyone. But no one realizes that radical social agendas have also taken over campus health and counseling centers, with dire consequences.
Psychiatrist Miriam Grossman knows this better than anyone. She has treated more than 2,000 students at one of America?s most prestigious universities, and she?s seen how the anything- goes, women-are-just-like-men, ?safer-sex? agenda is actually making our sons and daughters sick.
Dr. Grossman takes issue with the experts who suggest that students problems can be solved with free condoms and Zoloft. What campus counselors and health providers must do, she argues, is tell uncomfortable, politically incorrect truths, especially to young patients in their most vulnerable and confused moments. Instead of platitudes and misinformation, it?s time to offer them real protection.
This (book) is an absolute must. . . . If you have any kids whatsoever, you have to read this book.
Dr. Laura Schlessinger
Vivid and urgent.
Danielle Crittenden, The Wall Street Journal
Unprotected is a hard slap at the sexual free-for-all that prevails on American campuses and throughout American life.... Its sad that this book is so necessary, but all the more welcome for that. Buy it for yourself, for your sons, but especially for your daughters.
Mona Charen, syndicated columnist
Finally, someone with authority dares to speak out . . . a bold and important book.
Jennifer Roback Morse, syndicated columnist
Dr. Grossman has seen how the anything-goes, women-are-just-like-men, safer-sex agenda on college campuses is actually making these sons and daughters sick. She argues that counselors need to tell the uncomfortable truths in order to offer these kids real protection.
About the Author
Miriam Grossman, MD, has been a psychiatrist at UCLA Student Psychological Services for more than ten years and has worked with students for twenty years. She received her BA from Bryn Mawr College, her medical degree from New York University, and her psychiatric training through Cornell University Medical College. She is board certified in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry.