Thursday, 2 February 2012


Writer: Edward M. Brecher
Title: The Sex Researchers
Foreword: William H. Masters and Virginia E. Johnson
Language: English
Edition: First Printing
Place of Publication: New York
Publisher: Signet/New American Library, Inc.
Year of Publication: 2/1971
Format: 105x178mm (trimmed)
Pages: 406
Binding: Paperback in printed wrappers
Original Price: USD 1.50
Weight: 277gr.
Entry No.: 2012006
Entry Date: 2nd February 2012

Breaking Down the Sexual Barriers

This important and controversial book is the story of the men and women who created a revolution in human sexuality. THE SEX RESEARCHERS begins by shedding startling light on the secret sexual life of the Victorians and concludes with the latest investigations into the current swinging scene. Its revelations will disturb many and open for others new avenues to sexual freedom and enjoyment.

A Partial Listing of the Contents:
Women Discover Their Own Sexuality
Males, Females, and Others – Hermaphrodites, Tomboys, Sissies, Transvestites, Transsexuals, Homosexuals, Bisexuals, and Heterosexuals
The Falling-in-Love Experience
Sex Research and Sex Therapy – The Achievement of Masters and Johnson
When Sexual Inhibitions Are Cast-off – The Sexual Freedom Movement and “The Swinging Scene”

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