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August 14, 1937

Encyclopædia of Sexual Knowledge

JAMA. 1937;109(7):532. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780330060047

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Abstract

This collection of essays by a variety of writers on modern sexual subjects is obviously written to appeal to a public audience, although a note states that it is positively restricted to physicians, lawyers, ministers, educators and social workers. Almost anybody can qualify under those categories. The book contains a great deal that is not well established in the physiology of sex. The book answers most of the questions that would occur to any one in relationship to sexual activities and also discusses a great many things that would not ordinarily occur to every one.

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