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by R. S. Morton

eBook Sexual Freedom and Venereal Disease (Contemporary Issues Series, 5) download ISBN: 0720604117
Author: R. S. Morton
Publisher: Peter Owen Publishers (August 5, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 200
ePub: 1366 kb
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Category: Health and Diets
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Sexual Freedom and Venereal Disease. Pp. 141. (Peter Owen, London, 1971. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 31 July 2008. Export citation Request permission.

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In the recent past, venereal disease has been most commonly associated with poverty and war; now its high incidence is associated with growing prosperity and relative peace . Sexual freedom and venereal disease. London: Peter Owen 1971.

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Venereal diseases - infectious diseases transmitted, as a rule, by sexual intercourse. Almost all microorganisms that cause sexually transmitted diseases can remain viable on a wet towel or washcloth for several hours. Diseases transmitted in intimate proximity, described by Hippocrates. Since then, the list of these ailments has significantly increased, they have learned how to properly treat and talk about them openly.

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Feminizing Venereal Disease : The Body of the Prostitute in Nineteenth-Century Medical Discourse. In a fascinating use of history to enlighten contemporary discourse, the book concludes with a compelling discussion of the impact of Victorian notions of the body on current discussions of HIV/AIDS, arguing that AIDS, like syphilis in the nineteenth century, has become a feminized disease.

Venereal diseases spread. 105 Sexual attraction and the sexual act are in themselves innocent, neither intrinsically moral nor immoral

Venereal diseases spread. Broken marriages increase, and the innocent children of them suffer, and in their turn breed suffering. 105 Sexual attraction and the sexual act are in themselves innocent, neither intrinsically moral nor immoral. Sex is like all great forces: simple a force. The moral issue is generally much clearer; but other factors, such as the sharper sense of failure or dissatisfaction that age brings, the memory of premarital affaires (or the memory of the lack of them), the monotony of marriage and the general climate of a society intoxicated by permissivity, may make the objectively clear issue subjectively harder to see now than.

A compelling study on a controversial subject, offering new ideas of responsibility and power within sexual relationships.