Anatomy and Physiology of Sexual Function
Masters, William H., M.D., and Virginia E. Johnson.Human Sexual
Response.Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1966. This one's a classic.
Some of the details have been disputed in recent years, but it's
still about the best overall reference for this subject.
Masters, William H., M.D., Virginia E. Johnson and Robert C.
Kolodny.Human Sexuality, 2nd ed.Boston: Little, Brown and Co.,
1985. More of the same, with some later information.
Sex and Disabilities
Heslinga, K. with A.M. Schellen and A. Verkuyl.Not Made of
Stone.Springfield,Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1974.
Kroll, Ken and Erica Levy Klein.Enabling Romance: A Guide to
Love, Sex, and Relationships for the Disabled (and the People Who
Care About Them).Bethesda,Md.: Woodbine House, 1995. Written by a
married couple. Kroll has a neuromuscular disorder.
Male Sexual Dysfunction and its Treatment
Goldstein, Irwin, M.D., and Larry Rothstein.The Potent Male:
Facts, Fiction, Future.Los Angeles: Price Stern Sloan, 1990. Lots
of material on causes, prevention and treatment of male impotence.
Written for the general public.
Medication Effects and Side Effects
The PDR Family Guide to Prescription Drugs.Montvale,N.J.:
Medical Economics Data, 1993. A layman's version of the
PDR(Physician's Desk Reference), which is used by doctors.
Griffith, Winter, M.D.Complete Guide to Prescription and
Nonprescription Drugs.New York: Berkley Publishing Group, 1996.
For Children Approaching Puberty
Madaras, Lynda.The What's Happening to My Body Book for
Girls(andfor Boys).New York:NewmarketPress, 1988. Separate books
for girls, boys. Suitable for teenagers and older children.
Psychology, Spirituality and Humor
Reynolds, David K., Ph.D.Playing Ball on Running Water.New York:
Quill, 1984. A psychotherapist's perspective on modern neurotic
problems. Uses principles of Japanese psychotherapy to guide
Norris, Kathleen.The Cloister Walk.New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons
(Riverhead Books), 1996. Life in a Benedictine monastery, through
the eyes of a woman poet.
Callahan, John.Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot.New York:
Random House (Vintage), 1989. A humorous, excruciatingly truthful
account of a young man's struggle to recover his equilibrium after
a spinal cord injury.