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by A. M Mauriceau

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  • ISBN 040505811X
  • ISBN13 978-0405058110
  • Language English
  • Author A. M Mauriceau
  • Publisher Arno Press (1974)
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Same-sex marriage (also known as gay marriage) is the marriage of two people of the same sex or gender, entered into in a civil or religious ceremony. There are records of same-sex marriage dating back to the first century. In the modern era, same-sex marriage started being legalized at the beginning of the 21st century.

Her close reading uncovers hidden meanings to reveal the private coded words of the same-sex female lovers. -Journal of Interdisciplinary History

Charity and Sylvia would be proud. -Journal of the History of Sexuality Rachel Hope Cleves's Charity and Sylvia is an important contribution to the field. Her close reading uncovers hidden meanings to reveal the private coded words of the same-sex female lovers. -Journal of Interdisciplinary History. Charity and Sylvia is undeniably smart-a devastatingly handsome contribution to our understanding of the history of gender and sexuality in the United States and the history of the early republic and antebellum period generally. -The New England Quarterly.

Dr. Mauriceau discusses female physiology, reproductive health, and pregnancy prevention. Advocating contraception, he argues that its use will induce early marriages, thus curb "the dire evils arising from promiscuous sexual intercourse with the tainted or diseased," and lead to "a healthy, robust, and pure generation" rather than "the present sickly, puny race.

Marriage needs the protection of laws because society must be concerned .

Marriage needs the protection of laws because society must be concerned about its own prese. Marriage needs the protection of laws because society must be concerned about its own preservation and continuity into the next generation. The reply would probably be negative, at least at first. The laws would say, You cannot get married.

For women, the rhetoric of family has been "a wedge in a larger effort to reduce .

For women, the rhetoric of family has been "a wedge in a larger effort to reduce women's freedom and discourage gender equity. Because marriage and "traditional family values" have been defined in terms of sexual property rights, gay and lesbian couples have been cautioned to carefully consider whether hierarchies of subordination and privilege may be perpetuated by pursuing marital status. This book tells how the diverting array of pleasures in eighteenth-century libertine fiction gave way, through a process of thematic drift and realignment, to a powerfully linear story that actually defined sex and the gender roles pertaining to it.

Your privates are going to be traveling unaccompanied today. It had medical overtones then, but not specifically the medicine of the vagina

Your privates are going to be traveling unaccompanied today. Under miles of fabric, to be sure, but with a direct line of sight to the floor. Have you come to terms with the knowledge that your new home is in a society so unclean that the very water flowing from the earth causes an appalling yearly body count? If you have, you’d probably like some tips on how to keep clean! Oh, you won’t keep clean. It had medical overtones then, but not specifically the medicine of the vagina.