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July 2, 1932

The Sexual Side of Marriage.

JAMA. 1932;99(1):64. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740530066041

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Abstract

This or a similar book might well be in the possession of every couple contemplating marriage or having any sort of difficulty in making such sexual adjustments as may be essential to a well balanced and satisfying marital life. The book is well written. It is interesting without being in the least morbidly stimulating. It is easily understood without being in the least juvenile. It is scientific. The author has succeeded in doing well a task that has rarely been accomplished. The subject matter is treated in a straightforward manner and in language that leaves little to the imagination. Proper attention has been given to the emotional side of sex life and, indeed, the whole book is on a high mental, emotional and moral plane: The book is recommended to the physician who wants a book that may be trusted in the hands of his young people or of older

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