Moreover, The Kinsey Syndrome presents a clip of Hefner saying, "I refer to it [Kinsey's Human Female
book] in the introduction to the first issue; I called it 'the other great book that was coming out in 1953.
Welcome Alfred Kinsey, the famed biologist from Indiana University, whose landmarks of scientific research--Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female
(1953)--raised the roof-beams of American fundamentalism upon their release.
Five years later, when he published the companion volume Sexual Behaviour In the Human Female
, America turned on Kinsey, unable to stomach the same frankness about its mothers and daughters.
His frank catalogs of American sexual practices, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female
(1953), were a revelation at a time when many Americans still told their kids that touching yourself down there was a form of "self-abuse.
By the time Kinsey's second volume, Sexual Behavior in the Human Female
, was published in 1953, critics like Billy Graham began to whisper that not only was Kinsey's project tasteless, it must be wrong: His record of brides who weren't virgins at the altar, for example, must be skewed, as "no respectable Christian women" would have participated in such a survey.
The dragons believe that the Mistress of Dragons, a human female
who repelled their species from the kingdom of Seth, has gained knowledge of dragon magic from a rogue dragon, Maristara.
12) But coming out in 1953, and based on some interviews that Kinsey and his staff conducted during the late 1940s, Sexuality in the Human Female
did not cover the entire decade of the 1950s.
The estrogens in Premarin are perfect for a menopausal mare, but foreign to a human female
The study is in mice, so it's not clear if this can be replicated in the human female
She delves deep and wide in this terrain, exploring first how male writers from Saba to Stelio Mattioni variously construct the topography of Trieste in terms of an absorbing maternal womb or female vulva, and of a human female
presence or absence.
The descriptions of sex and sexuality in both of Kinsey's best-sellers--Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female
(1953)--were based on spoken interviews with 18,000 women and men.
The 'honey poets' instinctually perceives the scenario behind the Love--Marriage--Divorce--of a young couple and build up an intellectual edifice on man-woman relationship--to conclude in fine that woman is not the human female
and man is condemned to cross with woman, that is a different species altogether--to end with an outrageous conclusion that man is a cross breed.