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Masters,

William Howell, U.S. gynecologist, 1915-2001.
Allen-Masters syndrome - see under Allen, Willard Myron
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(7) In our eight years of collaboration on scholarship and teaching about the regulation of sexualities (8) and on related advocacy projects, we have often noted with dismay the erasure from our University's history of Masters and Johnson's accomplishments.
(http://deadline.com/2016/11/masters-of-sex-canceled-showtime-four-seasons-1201861753/) Deadline first reported that there will be no Season 5 of the series based on the real lives of human sexuality pioneers (http://ibtimes.com/masters-sex-season-4-spoilers-7-reasons-bill-virginia-are-perfect-each-other-2429492) Masters and Johnson .
Human sexuality researchers Masters and Johnson (Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan) decide to widen their study.
''It was not deliberate on anyone's part,'' executive producer Michelle Ashford said of the feminist nature of Masters and Johnson's work.
His sources include an unpublished memoir written by Masters before his death in 2001; interviews with family, friends, and colleagues of the couple; and internal documents from the Reproductive Biology Research Foundation (RBRF), later called the Masters and Johnson Institute.
He also learned that when Robert Kolodny, the top associate at Masters and Johnson's clinic, asked William Masters for the files, he was repeatedly turned down.
A major theme in Morrow's analysis is that Masters and Johnson constructed their ideas about sexual function and dysfunction with reference to dominant Western beliefs and values about sexuality, and that their sex therapy program functioned as an institution of social control.
The (http://www.sho.com/masters-of-sex/season/4/episode/2) official synopsis on Showtime states that Masters and Johnson will focus on expanding their clinic, getting back to work and adjusting with their new professional partners.
Adapted from Thomas Maier's biography of the same title, "Masters of Sex'' seeks to chronicle the decades-long collaboration of Masters and Johnson, who were not only partners in the laboratory and in celebrity but in a marriage that began in 1971 and then broke apart after 22 years.
With compelling performances from Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as Masters and Johnson, it's an unmissable treat."
Critically acclaimed period series "Masters of Sex" season 2 is scheduled to premiere on Showtime on July 13, Sunday, and will feature Masters and Johnson to finally have an emotional, fulfilling sex.