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Discovering Human Sexuality

Author: Simon LeVay
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ISBN: 9781605352756
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This is an alternative version of LeVay and Baldwin's acclaimed text 'Human Sexuality'. The book is more accessible to students with a limited background in biology, but maintains the evidence-based approach and readability of the original.

Becoming Who I Am

Author: Ritch C. Savin-Williams
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674971590
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Proud, happy, grateful—gay youth describe their lives in terms that would have seemed surprising a generation ago. Yet many adults, including parents, are skeptical of this sea change—coming out is supposed to involve struggle. This is the kind of thinking, say the honest, humorous young men in Ritch Savin-Williams’s new book, that needs to change.

Der Junge Der Als M Dchen Aufwuchs

Author: John Colapinto
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ISBN: 9783530421545
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Bruce wurde wie sein Zwillingsbruder Brian männlich geboren, wurde jedoch wegen eines fatalen medizinischen Unfalls durch Geschlechtsumwandlung zum Mädchen gemacht - bis er schließlich seine wahre Geschichte erfuhr und sich entschied, ein Mann zu werden.

Die Massenpsychologie Des Faschismus

Author: Wilhelm Reich
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ISBN: 9783865390288
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Eine Kritik des Faschismus lässt sich ohne Wilhelm Reichs Massenpsychologie des Faschismus nicht mehr denken. Als erster durchschaute Reich mit seinem klinisch und soziologisch geschulten Blick den fundamentalen Zusammenhang zwischen autoritärer Triebunterdrückung und faschistischer Ideologie. Er analysiert in der Massenpsychologie die Gestik, Phraseologie, die moralischen Schemata und Aktionen der "Hitlerei" und weist in ihnen die Verschiebung von Sexualangst zu einem Mystizismus nach, der zu einem irrationalen Mechanismus chronischer Abhängigkeit führt. In der vorliegenden Ausgabe sieht Reich den Faschismus nicht mehr auf einzelne Staaten beschränkt, sondern erkennt ihn als Gefahr der modernen Massengesellschaft überhaupt.

Studies In The Psychology Of Sex V3

Author: Havelock Ellis
Publisher: 谷月社
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The term "sexual instinct" may be said to cover the whole of the neuropsychic phenomena of reproduction which man shares with the lower animals. It is true that much discussion has taken place concerning the proper use of the term "instinct," and some definitions of instinctive action would appear to exclude the essential mechanism of the process whereby sexual reproduction is assured. Such definitions scarcely seem legitimate, and are certainly unfortunate. Herbert Spencer's definition of instinct as "compound reflex action" is sufficiently clear and definite for ordinary use. A fairly satisfactory definition of instinct is that supplied by Dr. and Mrs. Peckham in the course of their study On the Instincts and Habits of Solitary Wasps. "Under the term 'instinct,'" they say, "we place all complex acts which are performed previous to experience and in a similar manner by all members of the same sex and race, leaving out as non-essential, at this time, the question of whether they are or are not accompanied by consciousness." This definition is quoted with approval by Lloyd Morgan, who modifies and further elaborates it (Animal Behavior, 1900, p. 21). "The distinction between instinctive and reflex behavior," he remarks, "turns in large degree on their relative complexity," and instinctive behavior, he concludes, may be said to comprise "those complex groups of co-ordinated acts which are, on their first occurrence, independent of experience; which tend to the well-being of the individual and the preservation of the race; which are due to the co-operation of external and internal stimuli; which are similarly performed by all the members of the same more or less restricted group of animals; but which are subject to variation, and to subsequent modification under the guidance of experience." Such a definition clearly justifies us in speaking of a "sexual instinct." It may be added that the various questions involved in the definition of the sexual instinct have been fully discussed by Moll in the early sections of his Untersuchungen über die Libido Sexualis. Of recent years there has been a tendency to avoid the use of the term "instinct," or, at all events, to refrain from attaching any serious scientific sense to it. Loeb's influence has especially given force to this tendency. Thus, while Piéron, in an interesting discussion of the question ("Les Problèmes Actuels de l'Instinct," Revue Philosophique, Oct., 1908), thinks it would still be convenient to retain the term, giving it a philosophical meaning, Georges Bohn, who devotes a chapter to the notion of instinct (La Naissance de l'Intelligence, 1909), is strongly in favor of eliminating the word, as being merely a legacy of medieval theologians and metaphysicians, serving to conceal our ignorance or our lack of exact analysis.

Women Men Gender

Author: Mary Roth Walsh
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300069389
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Offers pro and con positions on eighteen gender studies issues, including research priorities, pornography, sexual orientation, gender impact on knowledge, discrimination, and working mothers