The Natural Philosophy of Love (Classic Reprint)
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- Publication Date:June 23, 2012
Bt 9AQE the oriole, pheasants, the ruff. Peacocks and turkesrcocks. Birds of paradise. Moderate dimorphinn of mammifers. Effects of castration on dimorphism. VI. Sexual Dimorphisk 49 3. Vertebrates (C ontinued): Man and woman. Characteristics and limits of human dimorphism. Effects of civilization. Psychologic dimorphism. The insect world and the human. Modern dimorphism, basis of the pair. Solidarity of the human pair. Dimorphism and polygamy. The pair favours the female. Sexual aesthetics.---C auses of the superiority of feminine beauty. VII. Sexual Dimorphism andF eminism 59 Inferiority and superiority of the female as shown in animal species. Influence of feeding on the production of sexes. The female would have sufficed. Feminism absolute, and moderate. Pipe-dreams: elimination of the male and human parthenogenesis. Vm. Love-O roans 64 Sexual dimorphism and parallelism. Sexual organs of man and of woman. -C onstancy of sexual parallelism in the animal series. External sexual organs of placentary mammifera. Form and position of the penis. The penial bone. The clitoris. The vagina. The teats. Forked prong of marsupials. Sexual organs of reptiles. Fish and birds with a penial organ.- Genital organs of arthropodes. Attempt to classify animals according to the disposition, presence, absence of exterior organs for reproduction. IX. The Mechanism of Levi 76 I. Copulation: Vertebrates. I ts very numerous varieties and its specific fixity. The apparent immorality of Nature. Sexual ethnography. Human mechanism. Cavalage. The form and duration of coupling in divers mammifers. Aberrations of sexual surgery, the ampallang. Pain as a bridle on sex. Maidenhead. The mole. Passivity of the female. The ovule, psychological figure of the female. Mania of attributing human virtues to animals. The modesty of ele phants. Coupling mechanism in whales, seals, tortoises. In cia
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