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Thursday, October 8 2009

Slumming: Sexual and Racial Encounters in American Nightlife, 1885-1940 by Chad Heap

If you want to understand race and sexuality in the United States, don't bother with policy -- look at entertainment!


Wednesday, September 16 2009

When Gay People Get Married by M.V. Lee Badgett

M.V. Lee Badgett examines the question of the personal and societal effects of gay marriage by looking at the experience of the Netherlands, where same-sex marriage has been legal since 2001.


Monday, May 25 2009

Masters of Sex by Thomas Maier

Virginia Johnson, who helped revolutionize sexology without ever earning so much as a bachelor’s degree, is a perplexing, enigmatic figure.


Wednesday, May 20 2009

How Sex Works by Sharon Moalem

Moalem writes about intercourse and sexuality in a candid, inviting way for a change, bridging the gap between the scientist and the layperson, reinvigorating the learning process (and the bedroom) once again.


Monday, April 27 2009

Licentious Gotham by Donna Dennis

The book is not necessarily a history of erotic publishing as much as the history of erotic publishing’s clash with the law.


Sunday, April 12 2009

Wetlands by Charlotte Roche

For all its abundant sexual frankness, the novel’s primary focus is not on the erotic, but on the scatological.


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