Aine Collier, EdD, is an assistant professor of English at the University of Maryland University College. She holds degrees in European history, international business, and English education. She has been a historian for the Hughes Flying Boat Museum and a 1932 Olympics archival project, as well as an oral historian for a series of interviews with famous figures from the peace movements of the 1930s and 1960s.
""This book has it all--sex, money, infidelity, war, poetry, the famous and the infamous, politics, hypocrisy. What a read! ... Although there are plenty of laughs, this is a serious history, and one that was hard to put down. I had no idea the condom had such a long and complex story." --Frederick Gottlieb, MD, MPH, C. Everett Koop Public Health Physician Award recipient "Illuminating... This fascinating book is as much a history of attitudes and morality as it is about the humble condom. Thoroughly researched yet never dry..." --Monsters and Critics.com "A wonderful, compact tome, chock-full of posters, packages, and poems on the centuries-old device used by millions... Everything you ever wanted to know about the condom, and quite a few things you probably haven't thought of. Funny, ribald, uninhibited, and well researched. I recommend it." --Phil Harvey, president, DKT International, author of The Government vs. Erotica