90% of What You Know About Sex Is Wrong by Robert Silverberg

90% of What You Know About Sex Is Wrong

by Robert Silverberg

writing as L.T. Woodward MD*

Form: Non-fiction

Year: 1962

ID: 4

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Blurb:

(from Parliament 1962)

IN SIMPLE EVERYDAY LANGUAGE THE DOCTOR BOLDLY GIVES THE THE ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING:

What ar the cures for impotence? Drugs, special diets, treatments of any sort?

Can sexual intercourse weaken the heart?

Will a man who has had a venereal disease be unable to father children?

Are swarthy, dark-complexioned men the best lovers?

Do fair-haired women have greater sex desire than brunettes?

Is homosexuality more common among some races than among others?

Can an impotent man achieve sexual satisfaction?

Can a woman's offspring by her second husband be tainted with the qualities derived from her first husband?

Can regular disappointments in the love act to a woman cause actual physical harm?

Is homosexuality inherited? Does it run in families?

Is there an ointment that permits a man to prolong sexual intercourse?

Does particularly passionate sexual intercourse make pregnancy more likely?

Is a woman who marries late in life for the first time likely to have a satisfactory sex life?

Can strong sex desires be instilled by eating spicy foods?

At what age are men and women most passionate?

Do wet dreams indicate that something is wrong with a man's reproductive system?

Do women's sex desires increase greatly after they have their change of life?

Is there any treatment that will increase the size of the male organ?

Can you tell by a woman's eyes whether or not she is experiencing a sexual climax?

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