Much has been written about women, their bodies, and their feelings. But what about men? This detailed book offers men a sympathetic account of their bodies, their needs, and their problems. Many of the misconceived ideas about male emotions and male sexuality are based on ignorance and lack of communication. Derek Llewellyn-Jones, with the human approach which made "Everywoman" so popular, succeeds in putting this right. For this third edition the author has fully updated the text to take into account new research. This edition has been substantially revised to incorporate new research into sexual behaviour, male contraception, HIV transmission and treatment, homosexuality, the "male menopause", prostate cancer, high blood pressure and heart disease, exercise and nutrition. This book is intended for men aged 15-90, their girlfriends, wives, and partners. It should also be of interest to healthcare workers, social workers and psychotherapists.