Handbook of Sexology: Childhood and Adolescent Sexology
Good science is dispassionate, impartial. Sexology, the scientific study of sex, has difficulty in being dispassionate and impartial in our times. Sex is simultaneously the driver of so many of our thoughts, emotions and actions, and the generator of so much fear, hysteria and anxiety.
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historical cultural legal religious and educational concepts
Western ideas on childrens sexuality
Crosscultural issues in the development of bisexuality
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