Any parent can identify with the feeling that girls growing up in America face a treacherous future; Girls Uncovered 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.
Girls Uncovered is a heart-wrenching, eye-opening exploration of the current sexual realities among young women in America. Doctors, counselors, pastors, and parents all ought to read this book in order to gain
better understanding of the challenges young women face today in the
fight for true physical and emotional health that leads to a bright future.
It is an enormously valuable resource for those of us responsible for the
teaching and protecting of our young women.
—JOSH MCDOWELL, author and speaker
Girls Uncovered paints a compelling and sobering portrait of the sexualizationof young women in today's society. In this book, McIlhaney and Bush tell us how premarital sex puts young women at risk—emotionally,
socially, and physically—and what parents and professionals can do to
help steer young women clear of the shoals of America's contemporary
—BRADFORDWILCOX, Director of the National Marriage
Project at the University of Virginia