Rimmer issues a powerful call to change morality, education, and our attitudes about sex. He urges that the real root of America's sexual problems - teen pregnancy, high divorce rates, and the spread of AIDS is sheer ignorance, which can only be overcome by instilling in young people new attitudes of caring and respect. In this provocative, entertaining, and thoughtful book, Rimmer analyses a nationwide sexual malaise and prescribes some radical solutions.
Robert H. Rimmer (1917-2001) was the author of more than a dozen novels, the most famous being The Harrad Experiment (1966). Most of Rimmer's work explored and advocated experimental sexual arrangements and open-ended relationships. For more on Robert H. Rimmer and his work, see the New York Times obituary of Rimmer.