Birds Do It, Bees Do It: A Century of Sex (Mis)Education in the United States

February is the final month to stop by Doe Library to check out the Birds Do It, Bees Do It exhibit! The exhibit explores the many ways Americans have taught and learned about sex in the last century, covering everything from the conservative early twentieth century to the beginnings of self-love and the sexual revolution in the sixties and seventies. It draws from the resources of campus libraries, from academic programs, and from social services provided by and for the Berkeley campus community.

The physical exhibit will be available until February 28, 2015 in the Doe Library’s Bernice Layne Brown Gallery. If you miss it in the Library, you can always check out the online exhibit.

Postcard of Birds Do It, Bees Do It library exhibit