This class is a whirlwind tour through three distinct but related literatures – Sexualities, Reproductive Health/Sociology of Reproduction and Fertility. This class focuses on the United States but does have some work that examines other part of the world. The study of these topics has long been interdisciplinary, employing diverse methodologies, and proceeding from diverse epistemological positions. Therefore, we will read books and articles from the sociological, legal, medical, public health, and demographic literatures. For each unit, I have included some classic texts as well as exciting new(er) ones. The goal of the course is to familiarize students with the literature and to advance their own scientific production goals. Therefore, the readings and assignments are partially flexible to student needs and interests.