‘Adam and Eve after the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution’ by Mary Eberstadt

As I’ve traveled across the United States to speak about reclaiming God’s plan for sexual health, I’ve often been asked if there is a book that covers the same information I present. I would respond that my material comes from a wide variety of books, studies, research projects, articles, anecdotal evidence, and other sources too numerous to name. Thus, I couldn’t recommend just a single book. Well, now I can!

In Adam and Eve after the Pill: Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution, Mary Eberstadt, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, has synthesized massive amounts of data into one compelling book that provides detailed documentation, allowing the reader to delve deeper. It’s a masterpiece that merges vast amounts of research into a concise picture of the devastating effects of the birth control pill and the sexual revolution it unleashed. It unveils the lies of a culture that aims to replace sex that is both unitive and procreative with purely recreational sex.