O: the intimate history of the orgasm

Century, 27 jul. 2004 - 401 páginas
This first ever history of the orgasm examines why ancient societies revered the experience, while Christian societies in Europe and America suppressed it.

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O: the intimate history of the orgasm

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A Brief History of Tomorrow ) notes, orgasm itself is merely a short burst of nerve impulses, but its pursuit has major consequences for human behavior. Margolis immediately redefines orgasm as ... Leer reseña completa

Review: O: The Intimate History of the Orgasm

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After seeing several factual errors in the first twenty pages and realizing that the "biblography" was mostly websites, I decided to put this book down and am resisting a strong temptation to burn it. Leer reseña completa


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Jonathan Margolis is the author of the critical biography of Uri Geller, Hothouse People, a popular account of attempts to improve human intelligence, and A Brief History of Tomorrow. He writes for Financial Times, TIME Magazine, Evening Standard and Reader’s Digest.

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