By Pere Estupinyà
Tienes en tus manos el libro más riguroso, ameno, y completo que un autor haya escrito nunca sobre el fascinante estudio científico de l. a. sexualidad humana.
Pere Estupinyà, el ladrón de cerebros, se sumerge en una novedosa investigación científica y para ello participa en un estudio de l. a. Rutgers college sobre disfunción eréctil y el orgasmo masculino, visita centros de referencia como el prestigioso Instituto Kinsey, se infiltra en clínicas de medicina sexual, acude a los mayores congresos internacionales de sexología, y entrevista a fisiólogos, psicólogos, antropólogos, terapeutas, sociólogos, biólogos evolutivos y neurocientíficos expertos en sexualidad. Pero también habla directamente con asexuales, fetichistas, mujeres multiorgásmicas, anorgásmicas, intersexuales, pasa una noche en un membership de swingers de Nueva York, participa en eventos sadomasoquistas, aprende técnicas de tantra, habla con actores porno, y acude a talleres donde una mujer enseña a tener orgasmos con larespiración y l. a. mente.
Todo esto acompañado de una revisión exhaustiva de bibliografía científica donde encuentra valiosos estudios sobre los procesos inconscientes de los angeles atracción, l. a. conexión entre mente y genitales, el sexo on-line, los angeles desinhibición, l. a. diferencia entre orientación e identidad sexual, nuestra naturaleza polígama as opposed to los angeles monógama, los angeles relación entre el placer y el dolor, las disfunciones sexuales más frecuentes, e infinidad de anécdotas históricas, consejos prácticos, reflexiones profundas, y respuestas a qué nos ocurre cuando estamos disfrutando de los angeles actividad que más nos interesa, pero que paradójicamente l. a. ciencia tiene más reparos en explorar.
En definitiva, una innovadora y unique aproximación al sexo que revolucionará nuestra mente y quizá nuestro comportamiento.
By Rachel Hills
From a daring new feminist voice, a e-book that may switch how you take into consideration your intercourse life.
Fifty years after the sexual revolution, we're advised that we are living in a time of unheard of sexual freedom; that if whatever, we're too loose now. yet underneath the veneer of sleek hedonism, millennial journalist Rachel Hills argues that we're managed through a brand new model of sexual conference: one that impacts all of us—woman or guy, immediately or homosexual, liberal or conservative. on the root of this silent code lies the intercourse Myth—the defining importance we put money into sexuality that after intended we have been soiled if we did have intercourse, and now skill we're faulty if we don’t do it enough.
Equal elements social remark, popular culture, and robust own anecdotes from humans around the English-speaking international, The intercourse Myth exposes the invisible norms and unstated assumptions that form the best way we expect approximately intercourse this present day.
The historical past of sexuality is a topic of accelerating significance within the interpretation of prior attitudes. but historians have just recently all started to check sexual practices and to set up that sexuality isn't really a organic consistent yet an ever-changing phenomenon, consistently being formed by way of humans themselves. Few sexual attitudes are immutable, and incest, homosexuality, pornography, and masturbation, for instance, were the topic of greatly differing critiques at various classes of background. The individuals convey their services in old in addition to medieval historical past, anthropology, sleek heritage, and psychology to endure upon the background of sexuality. They discover quite a few facets of sexuality in successive classes: pederasty and lesbian love in antiquity, incest within the center a while, sexual schooling in the course of the Dutch Republic, voyeurism within the rococo, prostitution in Vienna round 1900, and the discovery of sexology. This ebook could be of curiosity to scholars and academics of historical past, sociology, cultural reports and social paintings.
An absolutely illustrated Kama Sutra from the intense and infrequent paintings number of Lance Dane
• the 1st entire translation to demonstrate all sixty four sexual postures defined within the Kama Sutra
• contains 269 infrequent photographs
• Composed via one of many world’s most desirable students of the Kama Sutra and Indian paintings
The erotic sentiments defined within the Hindu love vintage the Kama Sutra represent the main recognized paintings on intercourse ever created. Written virtually 2,000 years in the past, the Kama Sutra bargains with all features of sexual lifestyles, together with the rules and methods of sexual excitement and the way to top in achieving ecstatic expression of life’s attractiveness.
In this entire and illustrated consultant Lance Dane accompanies the Kama Sutra textual content with 269 illustrations and nice artistic endeavors that surround cash, palm leaf manuscripts, sculptures, historical toys, jewellery, structure, ivory combs, birch bark, textile, work, frescoes, and scrolls. accrued from museums and personal collections round the world—as good because the author’s personal selection of over 300,000 photographs—these infrequent photos essentially illustrate all sixty four sexual positions and the erotic directions set forth within the Kama Sutra. The result's a stunning and sensuous studying event in which the lessons of the Kama Sutra spring to existence.
By Tristan Taormino
Revised and up-to-date all through, together with all-new chapters in particular for rookies and for ladies giving anal excitement to males, The final advisor to Anal intercourse for Women is a complete and artistic consultant to anal excitement. Tristan Taormino deals the type of knowledgeable reassurance which can motivate even an absolute newbie to discover this nerve-rich a part of the physique, both by myself or with a companion of any gender. Anal intercourse fans may have no encouragement, yet will welcome Taormino’s experience of event and her targeted discussions of toys, delusion play, and positions. starting by means of dispelling universal myths approximately anal eroticism, Taormino is going directly to illustrate anatomy, provide tips about development belief and speaking wants, and supply trustworthy, easy-to-understand info on protection, guidance, hygiene, and lots more and plenty extra. This re-creation has been considerably accelerated and revised to incorporate new info on masturbation, anal health and wellbeing, BDSM and anal intercourse, and plenty of different themes. In a brand new characteristic, Taormino solutions genuine reader questions.
By Michael P. Brown
Is the closet only a metaphor? Closet Space presents a hugely unique account of the spatial metaphor of "the closet", and is the 1st geography textual content to target this crucial factor. utilizing a number of examine ideas and fabrics, the e-book explores the closet via texts including:
* the oral histories of homosexual males within the united kingdom and US
* the sexualised panorama of a brand new Zealand city
* the nationwide census of england and the US
* overseas commute publications and travelogues
and refers back to the paintings of Butler, Lefebvre and Foucault.
By Lou Andreas-Salomé
Lou Andreas-Salomé (1861–1937) was once a Russian-born psychoanalyst and writer of stories on Nietzsche and Rilke.
In 1911, she participated within the foreign Psychoanalytic Congress in Weimar, and soon after went to Vienna to suffer a coaching research with Freud. Written through the years 1912-1913, the magazine starts together with her participation in his Wednesday night research team and Saturday night lectures. Following her education, Salomé labored along with her buddy the health care professional and analyst Viktor Tausk at Frankl-Hochwart’s sanatorium in Vienna and attended either the conferences of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society and the dialogue evenings hosted via Alfred Adler, all mirrored within the diary.
Originally released as In der Schule bei Freud, 1958
Translated and With an advent by means of Stanley A. Leavy
Like experts in different fields in humanities and social sciences, medievalists have began to enquire and write approximately intercourse and comparable themes resembling courtship, concubinage, divorce, marriage, prostitution, and baby rearing. The scholarship during this major quantity asserts that sexual behavior shaped a very important function within the lives, ideas, hopes and fears either one of members and of the associations that they created within the heart ages.
The soaking up topic of sexuality within the heart a long time is tested in 19 unique articles written particularly for this "Handbook" through the main experts of their scholarly specialties. The examine of medieval sexuality poses difficulties for the researcher: indices in average assets not often seek advice from sexual themes, and conventional secondary resources usually forget about the cloth or say little approximately it. but an enormous volume of study is accessible, and the data is on the market to the coed who is aware the place to seem and what to appear for. This quantity is a priceless advisor to the fabric and a trademark of what topics are inclined to yield clean scholarly rewards.
By Michel Foucault
This publication deals an account of the emergence of Christianity from the traditional global. the following Foucault describes the stranger byways of Greek drugs (with its recommendation at the healthiest season for intercourse in addition to on workout and diet), the accepted methods of relationship younger boys, and the economists' principles in regards to the function of girls. The e-book abounds in insights into the diversities - and the continuities - among the traditional, Christian and smooth worlds. yet Foucault does way over only recreate a vanished period whilst intercourse was once now not a huge ethical factor (only Plato, like Saint Paul, observed puritanical restraint because the method of wisdom), yet makes us reconsider all our personal assumptions approximately intercourse.