By Anne Hoopers
Tastefully illustrated utilizing dwell versions. now not pornographic. The vintage positions from the Kama Sutra are made smooth & reasonable during this version. enjoyable, attractive interpreting for a loving couple on a comfy Saturday evening. if you'd like porn, move in other places. so that it will see tasteful human illustrations and browse exact factors of assorted positions, this booklet is for you.
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61. Richters, “Orgasm,” 107. Sneezing has been mentioned above but it is perhaps also worth noting that digestion, too, is a complex physiological function, 24 introduction subject to cultural and historical variation, it is worth remembering that the physiological is not in itself a universal, undifferentiated, and stable domain. It is not necessary to overlook, let alone disparage, the physiological in order to consider orgasm as a culturally and historically specific phenomenon. Moreover, considering the biological character of orgasm might profitably open up that phenomenon to new ways of thinking precluded by an overvaluation of the cultural and the historical as the only relevant lines of inquiry.
Dalloway ascends the stairs to her attic bedroom on a swarm of thoughts that typify the narration’s formal innovation: Only for a moment; but it was enough. It was a sudden revelation, a tinge like a blush which one tried to check and then, as it spread, one yielded to its expansion, and rushed to the furtherest verge and there quivered and felt the world come closer, swollen with some astonish76. This is consistent with John Wiltshire’s observation that “medicine’s conquest of the body . . required the gradual foreclosure of subjective experience” (“The Patient Writes Back,” 40–41).
73. Simon, Postmodern Sexualities, 21. 74. , Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, 45–46. 75. , Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, 46. ” Robinson, The Modernization of Sex, 58. See also Elizabeth Grosz’s excellent discussion of what she describes as “the Kinsey-event,” which draws attention to “its positive and negative effects, its liberatory and its limiting consequences” (Time Travels, 214). 30 introduction whereby orgasm has been specified with increasing precision across the twentieth century as an embodied event, temporally identified as a definite and defined period in the successive stages of the human sexual response and particularized through such representational technologies as the electroencephalograph, the electrocardiograph, and magnetic resonance imaging.
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