Themes in Sexuality
Franz X. Eder, Gert Hekma, Lesley A. Hall
Manchester University Press, 1999 - History - 261 pages
This exciting and innovative new volume overviews the key themes in the history of European sexual cultures, including religion and sexuality, sexual education, sexual diseases, same-sex relationships, pornography, sexual perversions, falling fertilities and abortion. These themes are explored through a range of case studies drawn from across Europe.
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