Intermediate Types Among Primitive Folk 1907

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Social Science - 188 pages
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A study in social evolution. The author believes there exists a great number of intermediate types between the normal man and the normal woman, meaning a feminine body with the mind and feelings being masculine or vice versa. Divided into two parts: Part 1 is entitled the Intermediate in the Service of Religion, and Part 2 is the Intermediate as Warrior. Chapters are entitled: Part 1: as prophet or priest; as wizard or witch; as inventors of the arts and crafts; hermaphrodism among gods and mortals; Part 2: Dorian military comradeship; its relation to the status of woman; its relation to civic life and religion; samurai of Japan, their ideal.

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fascinating OLD OLD book about homosexuality - why are their gay people? what evolutionary purpose is served by having some people attach emotionally to others of the same gender? soooo interesting! Read full review

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