Not sure I like the MTM metaphor, but this from the Globe. OBOS was created by a group called The Boston Women’s Health Book Collective.
“Our Bodies, Ourselves,” the 1970s-era bible of women’s health that has been updated over five decades to introduce generations of girls to their own anatomy, is going the way of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” — still available online, but frozen in time.
The most recent print edition of the book will be its last, halting advancement in women’s health, contraception, and sexual awareness in 2011, as its authors shift to a Web-only presence and an all-volunteer model of advocacy.
This week’s announcement, prompted by financial pressures, triggered a wave of nostalgia among women of a certain age and hand-wringing about what the future holds at a time when the Trump administration has embraced religious-based research and eliminated some online information about women’s health.
For more on the group’s history, see a collection of their works at the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe.