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November 16, 1929

The Riddle of Sex. The Medical and Social Aspects of Sex, Love Marriage.

JAMA. 1929;93(20):1586. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02710200070038

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Abstract

We are, in these modern times, much concerned with sex. Dr. Tenenbaum has attempted to present in one volume the present scientific point of view concerning sexual factors in human life. He presents the main facts with a fine background of practical psychology. He becomes heated indeed only in his discussion of birth control, calling to the high heavens for freedom to study and teach birth control methods. The book ranges the entire gamut of sex subjects from birth, through adolescence, marriage, sexual aberration and disease, and rejuvenation. Dr. Tenenbaum has kept abreast of the literature in his field and he is under no illusions of what the rejuvenists are actually accomplishing.

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