The Prehistory of Sex: Four Million Years of Human Sexual Culture

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Fourth Estate, 1997 - Sex - 353 pages
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From cave art to penis sheaths, from the personal tragedies of death in childbirth to the grand symbols of Stonehenge, this is a collection and analysis of a wide range of artefacts and written records relevant to the sexual history of mankind. Examining the data of 4,000,000 years, the book encompasses transvestite priests, Amazon warrier-women, familial and societal power relations, genes and hormones.

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Review: The Prehistory of Sex: Four Million Years of Human Sexual Culture

User Review  - Jeff - Goodreads

Consistently uninteresting. I don't know what the hell happened here. I had high hopes for this book. I didn't like its font. Maybe that was part of the problem. Read full review

Review: The Prehistory of Sex: Four Million Years of Human Sexual Culture

User Review  - Rosalía - Goodreads

The Prehistory Of Sex is a history book with sex as a focus as opposed to wars, which is an approach most commonly used in high school history books. This book was not only unique, but it was ... Read full review

Contents

Skull Sex and Brain Sex
52
Mysteries of the Organism
73
Meet the Real Flintstones
97
Copyright

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