By Pepper Schwartz, Martha Kempner
50 nice Myths of Human Sexualityseeks to dispel in most cases accredited myths and misunderstandings surrounding human sexuality, offering an enlightening, attention-grabbing and difficult booklet that covers the fifty parts the author's think participants needs to comprehend to have a secure, enjoyable and fit intercourse life.
Dispels/Explores typically authorised myths and misunderstandings surrounding human sexuality.
Includes comparisons to different international locations and cultures exploring varied ideals and the way societies can effect perceptions.
Areas mentioned comprise: pre-marital intercourse, masturbation, sexual illnesses, delusion, pornography, relationships, birth control, and feelings comparable to jealousy, physique photo lack of confidence, passionate love and sexual aggression.
Covers either heterosexual and same-sex relationships.
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But we’re brave. Let’s start with the hardest part. What Is the G-spot? In the 1940s, Ernest Graftenberg located a spot inside the vagina that he felt had different tissue and was related to the urethra. Not too much was made of this until the publication of The G Spot and Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality by Alice Kahn Ladas, Beverly Whipple and John D. Perry in 1982. These authors did some experiments on women and felt that Graftenberg had located an uncelebrated erotic spot and, moreover, that it was the locus of vaginal orgasms and not related to the clitoris.
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50 Great Myths of Human Sexuality by Pepper Schwartz, Martha Kempner