Girls Uncovered: New Research on What America's Sexual Culture Does to Young Women - eBook  -     By: Joe S. McIlhaney, Freda McKissic Bush, Stan Guthrie
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Publication Date: 2012
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Any parent can identify with the feeling that girls growing up in America face a treacherous future; Uncovered Girls unveils the facts. In a follow up to their eye-opening release, Hooked, obstetricians Joe McIlhaney and Freda Bush present stunning scientific research on the development of young girls in America's increasingly reckless sexual culture. They survey the reality of prevalent sexual behaviors and attitudes as well as their psychological, social, physical, and spiritual effects.  Despite the harrowing facts revealed by their studies, McIlhaney and Bush give us hope through their expertise as physicians and parents of daughters. Girls Uncovered provides fundamental wisdom and practical advice to help parents, counselors, and church leaders guide young girls safely through the challenges they will face so they can achieve their potential and enjoy full health, hope and happiness.

Author Bio

JOE S. MCILHANEY JR., M.D., is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist. In 2001, Dr. McIlhaney was appointed to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. He also serves on the Advisory Committee to the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. McIlhaney has co-authored over six books including Hooked: New Science on How Casual Sex is Affecting Our Children, and 1001 Health-Care Questions Women Ask. Dr. McIlhaney resides in Austin, Texas with his wife, Marion.

FREDA MCKISSIC BUSH, M.D., is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist and a partner in private practice with East Lakeland OB-GYN Associates in Jackson, Mississippi. She currently serves as Medical Director of the Center for Pregnancy Choices Metro Jackson and the Henry M. Johnson Women's Resource Crisis Pregnancy Center. Freda spends much of her time speaking on sexuality and social behavior education. Her passion is to help women "raise a standard" to become who they were created to be. To that end, she teaches and encourages a lifestyle of abstinence until marriage and fidelity within marriage. She co-authored her first book, Hooked, with Dr. Joe S. McIlhaney, in 2008.

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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Best book ever!
    July 20, 2015
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I give this book to all the teachers I work with and any parent that is concerned about their daughter. I have had the pleasure of meeting both the authors and their heart is for todays youth. I strongly recommend this book for every parent and anyone who works with youth!
  2. Age: 18-24
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    A good foundation is worth every effort.
    December 21, 2013
    Sufficient in Jesus
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Co-authored by a team of two knowledgable and compassionate doctors, *Girls Uncovered* is a book that every mother and father needs to read as they guide their daughter.

    Even though I promise you that it will be a hard read.

    I requested this book from MP Newsroom to review, and I gave it first to a friend of mine with two daughters, one at the end of her teens and one at the beginning. She read it with a sad look on her face, because she came from a home where the daughters were "uncovered."

    It was a confirmation of what she'd felt all along: that she hadn't been given the best care in her vulnerable years, and that the good foundation she was building for her own girls was worth every effort it took.

    Nobody wants to think about the dangers that lurk around our daughters as they grow up and begin to navigate love and relationships.

    Nobody wants to visualize the affects of an STD, or the ramifications of a teen pregnancy, or the trauma induced by an abortion, or the pain caused by a broken heart as unworthy men file through a young woman's life.

    We need someone, someone well educated and in touch with this generation of girls, to speak into our ears and help us help our daughters. We need to hear a message of warning and of hope at the same time.

    And that's what *Girls Uncovered* delivers. This is a sober book, because the facts are sober. Chapter by chapter the authors unfold the reality that young females are entering. We're sending them out there with a morass of lies in their head from media and pop culture about what sort of sexuality they should engage in and embrace.

    We're then turning them over to the young men who have absorbed the culture's message to them: take advantage of your single years, and take advantage of your girlfriend.

    And we're left with girls who don't know why they are hurting, but they know that this isn't the love they crave.

    And yet this is not the end of the story.

    The authors point out that as crazy as our sex-charged culture is, and as many forces try to shape our girl's psyches into being careless with sex, our daughters still want parental input and still desire a cherishing, lasting, romancing love.

    And our input can put them on the path to find that love.

    Thank you MP Newsroom for my copy of this book.
  3. Oak Harbor, WA
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    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    essential reading for parents of daughters
    February 11, 2012
    Oak Harbor, WA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Do you sometimes wonder what impact today's sexualized culture has on young girls? As parents, have you wondered how to guide your daughter to a godly adulthood?

    McIlhaney & Bush have written this book to help parents do just that. The authors are obstetricians who have taken care of hundreds of girls and the sexual issues they have to confront. They both have daughters, so they speak from both professional and personal experience.

    They have seen that engaging in sex at a relatively young age is not in young women's best interest. Young women themselves say current sexual norms don't lead to the health and well-being they want. The authors have seen too many young women give up their dreams because of pregnancy at a young age. The authors help parents fully understand the sexual culture their daughters are facing.

    The authors write of the physiological vulnerability of girls. They discuss the effect of technology, the sexual content in media, the facts about teen sexual activity, hooking up, the role of alcohol, the danger of STIs (infections that frequently do not have noticeable symptoms - this section was enlightening and heartbreaking), pregnancy and its impact on teens, failure rate of contraceptives, emotional attachment produced by the intense brain experience of sex, increased likelihood of suicide among sexually active teens (than their virgin counterparts), the negative correlation between premarital sex and satisfying marriages. They also look at the lies this sexualized culture throws at girls. The authors have included information from the latest studies on sex, teens, physiology, etc.

    The authors want to see parents help their daughters be grounded, discover who they are, not what pop culture tells them they should be. Parental guidance and involvement is essential. They give practical suggestions that can be done now to minimize the chances of poor choices in the future. This include ideas like being home when the daughter in there, communicating about everything, ways to show love, the vital role of dad, etc.

    They also identify what changes need to happen in society. (I think this chapter on society could very well be taken as a mandate to the local church. Slightly altering the authors, It takes a church to help parents raise their daughters.)

    The authors have included a chapter written specifically for girls - for them to read. Teen girls are encouraged to take control of their own life, making decisions best for themselves (not their boyfriends).

    American society has torn down the hedge of protection, leaving adolescents and young women uncovered and unprotected. The authors boldly challenge parents to take seriously the pitfalls daughters will face, to provide guidelines and limits for them, to take the time to bond with them, and to provide a cover for them. "The covering we can provide now consists of our wisdom, born out of our maturity, knowledge, and experience." (121)

    Regarding several studies quoted, the authors write, "It is clear from all these studies that the responsibility for guiding young people about sexual behavior falls on the shoulders of parents. It is time for parents to get over the idea that they are powerless in this. Parents can no longer underestimate their importance in their child's eyes." (105)

    This is an intense book. The authors do not hold back describing sexual diseases and other pertinent concepts.

    It is also a scary book. If you have adolescent or teen daughters, you need to read this book! You have work to do.

    I received an egalley of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review.
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