Sex Puberty and All That Stuff

Sex  Puberty and All That Stuff Author Jacqui Bailey
ISBN-10 1438008570
Release 2016-02-01
Pages 124
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Sex Puberty and All That Stuff has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sex Puberty and All That Stuff also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sex Puberty and All That Stuff book for free.


SEX AND ALL THAT Author Mary Scriver
ISBN-10 9781312047587
Release 2014-03
Pages 256
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Cultural arrangements for human relationships are heavily coded for sex identification, generatively, economics, disease, violence, families and war. So many new discoveries (birth control, Viagra, in vitro conception, mosaic genetics, surrogate mothers, equal pay for equal work, global population mixing plus edgy media influence and the shift from binaries to spectrums) that much needs to be rethought.

Sex genes and all that

Sex  genes and all that Author Anthony Smith
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105022842442
Release 1997
Pages 500
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The facts of life are as old as the species, but recent years have seen issues complicated beyond expectation. What better guide through the moral maze and scientific jargon than Smith, whose international bestseller, The Body, Desmond Morris called "one of the most interesting books ever written on the subject". In vitro fertilization, abortion, sex changes, gay adoption, euthanasia, and the possibility of gene manipulation are in the news all the time. The outcomes will affect us all. Older problems of birth control and female circumcision are still around and Smith keeps us up-to-date.

All that Sex

All that Sex   Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:924641592
Release 2015
Pages 116
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All that Sex has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from All that Sex also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full All that Sex book for free.

God Sex the Universe and All That

God  Sex  the Universe and All That Author Roy McCloughry
ISBN-10 0745951821
Release 2006
Pages 144
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In this book, experienced author Roy McCloughry weaves explanation of the gospel with global and multi-cultural examples to show the relevance of Christianity today. Topics discussed include: learning to accept ourselves as we are; the impact of evil on today's society; abortion; sex, co-habitation and marriage; work and ambition; world poverty and human rights; violence, terrorism and peacemaking; the power of forgiveness; knowing Jesus, and relationship with God.

Sex and Dehumanization

Sex and Dehumanization Author
ISBN-10 1412833930
Release 1998
Pages 228
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During the past quarter century, Holbrook argues, not only has the concept of sex become increasingly separated from the rest of existence, but sex casualties have increased disastrously. Whatever statistics one examines, whether those of sexual activity among young children, abortion, or sexual disease, one finds a grim antidote to any hopes of progress in the sphere of human dealings with the sexual. Holbrook locates many of the problems involved in this separation of sex and affection in the emergence of the idea that our lives are governed by impersonal forces beyond human control.

All That We Are

All That We Are Author Natasja Rose
ISBN-10 1543142850
Release 2017-03-02
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We live in a very sexualised society, where sex without love is common, but love without sex seems to shock people. In this book, we will discuss the spectrum of Asexuality, as viewed by the people who live it. This is a collection of anecdotes, ranging from discovering your sexuality, to common misconceptions and prejudice, and basic definitions of the different terms Being diverse might come with its problems, but what's the point if you can't be yourself?

Sexuality All That Matters

Sexuality  All That Matters Author Louise Foxcroft
ISBN-10 9781444798616
Release 2014-11-28
Pages 160
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"Sexuality" may be an eighteenth-century coinage, but as this new study by award-winning historian Louise Foxcroft shows, it has fascinated and frightened us for millennia. From proscription to prescription, and from humour to anxiety, Sexuality: All That Matters explores the vast sex-scape of experience and response over time. Looking at authorised and unauthorised works on sexual knowledge, from scientific, religious, medical, philosophical and political ideas, to letters, diaries, court cases and medical histories, it reveals popular and orthodox assumptions as well as individual experiences, and reminds us of just how complex we really are. This accessible book will appeal both to students and general readers, giving a compelling introduction to sexuality - and to what matters most about it.

All That Is Right and Holy

All That Is Right and Holy Author Megan Whitson Lee
ISBN-10 9781615794027
Release 2009-10-29
Pages 380
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When seventeen-year-old Amy Timothy disappears from a rural Virginia truck stop, world-renowned cellist Blaise Timothy puts her life on hold to join the search for her sister. While conducting her own investigation into Amy's disappearance, Blaise seeks solace in addictive and destructive relationships. Three years later, the search for Amy becomes a homicide investigation catching the attention of national media and sex trafficking activists. Less than a mile from where Amy's body is recovered, Andrew Victor attempts to manage a failing career in art, an addiction to pornography, and a family secret that links him to the murder investigation. In Washington, D.C., Asha Edgewater knows first-hand the horrors of sex slavery and lends support to the Timothy family even as she comes to terms with her own past. As all three lives intersect in their search for redemption and healing, they find it is only possible through God's saving grace. Megan Whitson Lee grew up in Tennessee but moved to the Washington, D.C. area as a teenager. She worked for criminal attorneys before earning her master's degree from George Mason University's MFA Program in Creative Writing. Previously she received a Bachelor of Arts in Music followed by a year-long residence in London where she worked as a Literary Assistant. She currently teaches literature and composition for Northern Virginia Community College and Centreville High School in Clifton, Virginia. Mrs. Lee lives with her husband in Herndon, Virginia where she is working on her second novel.

Plato and Sex

Plato and Sex Author Stella Sandford
ISBN-10 9780745657110
Release 2013-04-24
Pages 224
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What does the study of Plato’s dialogues tell us about the modern meaning of ‘sex’? How can recent developments in the philosophy of sex and gender help us read these ancient texts anew? Plato and Sex addresses these questions for the first time. Each chapter demonstrates how the modern reception of Plato’s works Ð in both mainstream and feminist philosophy and psychoanalytical theory Ð has presupposed a ‘natural-biological’ conception of what sex might mean. Through a critical comparison between our current understanding of sex and Plato’s notion of genos, Plato and Sex puts this presupposition into question. With its groundbreaking interpretations of the Republic, the Symposium and the Timaeus, this book opens up a new approach to sex as a philosophical concept. Including critical readings of the theories of sex and sexuation in Freud and Lacan, and relating such theories to Plato’s writings, Plato and Sex both questions our assumptions about sex and explains how those assumptions have coloured our understanding of Plato. What results is not only an original reading of some of the most prominent aspects of Plato’s philosophy, but a new attempt to think through the meaning of sex today.

Sketches of the Fair Sex in All Parts of the World

Sketches of the Fair Sex  in All Parts of the World Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105036788110
Release 1841
Pages 216
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Sketches of the Fair Sex in All Parts of the World has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Sketches of the Fair Sex in All Parts of the World also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Sketches of the Fair Sex in All Parts of the World book for free.

The Marriage First Aid Kit

The Marriage First Aid Kit Author Bryce Kaye
ISBN-10 9780982093887
Release 2009-08-01
Pages 304
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In his 35] years as a therapist and marriage counselor, Bryce Kaye has come to know that problems in marriages are not going to be overcome by a self help book, a Marriage For Idiots handbook, or a couple of episodes of Dr. Phil in the afternoon. His work, The Marriage First Aid Kit, is just what the title suggests, a temporary help for couples until more permanent care can be obtained. Dr. Kaye helps his audience work on issues resulting from communication avoidance by showing how to balance the conflicting needs of attachment and autonomy in a relationship. This vital balance is endangered not only by the obvious assassins abuse, affairs, and addictions, but also what Kaye terms hedonic inhibitions the inability by some partners to seek and enjoy fun in a couple's life together. Kaye employs everyday wisdom and therapeutic theory to show individuals in a relationship how to establish autonomy while affirming attachment, how to manage inevitable and healthy conflicts, and how to share power and responsibility throughout their marriage. Incorporating examples culled from his years of helping clients, Kaye peppers his book with problem scenarios to which readers can relate as well as with a useful variety of measurement tools and viable exercises to help couples through the common issues faced in intimate relationships. Rising above the plethora of quick-fix, relationship-help manuals, The Marriage First Aid Kit by Bryce Kaye, PhD offers professional, intelligent suggestions to couples to be employed, not as panaceas, but as temporary help while they work their way through the difficulties of life together.

The Alarming History of Sex

The Alarming History of Sex Author Richard Gordon
ISBN-10 1856194930
Release 1996
Pages 244
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The Alarming History of Sex has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Alarming History of Sex also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Alarming History of Sex book for free.

All that Hollywood Allows

All that Hollywood Allows Author Jackie Byars
ISBN-10 9781134910816
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 336
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All that Hollywood Allows explores the representation of gender in popular Hollywood melodramas of the 1950s. Both a work of feminist film criticism and theory and an analysis of popular culture, this provocative book examines from a cultural studies perspective top-grossing film melodramas, such as A Streetcar Named Desire, From Here to Eternity, East of Eden, Imitation of Life and Picnic. Stereotypically viewed as a complacent and idyllic time, the 1950s were actually a time of dislocation and great social change. Jackie Byars argues that mass media texts of the period, especially films, provide evidence of society's consuming preoccupation with the domestic sphere - the nuclear family and its values - and she shows how Hollywood melodramas interpreted and extended societal debates concerning family structure, sexual divisions of labour, and gender roles. Her readings of these films assess a variety of critical methodologies and approaches to textual analysis, some central to feminist film studies and some previously bypassed by scholars in the field.

All That I am I Think

All That I am  I Think Author Peter Britt
ISBN-10 9781467829298
Release 2007-07-26
Pages 368
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I attempted in my book to relay who I am, through my writing and expressing my innermost feelings in regards to many different aspects of life. Not life as some might try to reveal its secrets, but life as what it is. As merely a man who thinks and loves. A man who hurts and laughs and sings to the world to give of who he is, in the hopes that some may understand what his words mean, what he truly is inside. To be known for who I truly am. Yes, it is that important. No different from my music. It was necessary to say it and for all to hear. What I see every day, what I feel. To love and to be loved, love is everything. These things and more I poured of myself into my book to reveal myself fully to you. To allow you to see what I feel in regards to many things and to possibly agree or to at least think about what you've read. To do this, to me is true success. To make even a small difference.

Chaos and All that

Chaos and All that Author Suola Liu
ISBN-10 082481651X
Release 1994-01
Pages 134
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A novel set against the background of post-Mao China offers an irreverent exploration of the inner life of Huang Haha, a Chinese student living in London

Do Sparrows Like Bach The Strange and Wonderful Things that Are Discovered When Scientists Break Free

Do Sparrows Like Bach   The Strange and Wonderful Things that Are Discovered When Scientists Break Free Author New Scientist
ISBN-10 9781605982069
Release 2010-11-15
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From the same editors that brought you Why Don’t Penguins’ Feet Freeze? and Does Anything Eat Wasps?, an exploration of the weird and wonderful margins of science—the latest volume in the brilliant New Scientist series. Science tells us grand things about the universe: how fast light travels, and why stones fall to earth. But scientific endeavor goes far beyond these obvious foundations. There are some fields we don`t often hear about because they are so specialized, or turn out to be dead ends. Yet researchers have given hallucinogenic drugs to blind people (seriously), tried to weigh the soul as it departs the body, and planned to blast a new Panama Canal with an atomic weapon. Real scientific breakthroughs sometimes come out of the most surprising and unpromising work. Do Sparrows Like Bach? is about the margins of science—investigating everything from what it`s like to die to exploding pants and recycled urine. Who on earth would burn off their beard with a laser? Produce a fireproof umbrella that doubles as a parachute? Replace sniffer dogs with gerbils? Could a chemical component of flatulence be the next Viagra? Do sparrows (and even fish for that matter) prefer Bach to Led Zeppelin? The editors at New Scientist magazine have the answers to all these questions and more in this celebration of outrageous, outlandish, and brilliant discoveries on the fringes of scientific research. This extraordinary collection is an astonishing reminder that even at its most misguided, science is intensely creative, often hilarious, and can spark the imagination like nothing else.