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Sex Disasters

Author : Charles Moser, Ph.D., M.D.
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"Well, she said she was eighteen." "Hey, where'd the condom go?" "Eww, how do I get these stains out of the sheets?" Some sex disasters make you laugh. Some make you cringe. Some send you running for help. And here's the place to learn about all of them... a jammed handcuff, a short-circuited vibrator, a cop at the door, a date who won't take no for an answer, a gray pubic hair, and dozens more. Physician Moser, educator Hardy, and a consulting team of attorneys, cops, EMTs, therapists and sex educators team up to create a tongue-in-cheek - but factually accurate - guide to surviving those awkward moments inside the bedroom, dungeon, back seat, bushes... "A funny, delightful bedside companion, and an absolutely incredible resource for when things - inevitably - go wrong." - Paul Joannides, author, The Guide to Getting It On

Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications

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The Impact of Natural Disasters on Systemic Political and Social Inequities in the U S

Author : Paul S. Adams
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The Impact of Natural Disasters on Systemic Political and Social Inequities in the U.S. examines how natural disasters impact social inequality in the United States. The contributors cover topics such as criminal justice, demographics, economics, history, political science, and sociology to show how effects of natural disasters vary by social and economic class in the United States. This volume studies social and political mechanisms in disaster response and relief that enable natural disasters to worsen inequalities in America and offers potential solutions.

Sex Drugs and Body Counts

Author : Peter Andreas
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At least 200,000-250,000 people died in the war in Bosnia. "There are three million child soldiers in Africa." "More than 650,000 civilians have been killed as a result of the U.S. occupation of Iraq." "Between 600,000 and 800,000 women are trafficked across borders every year." "Money laundering represents as much as 10 percent of global GDP." "Internet child porn is a $20 billion-a-year industry." These are big, attention-grabbing numbers, frequently used in policy debates and media reporting. Peter Andreas and Kelly M. Greenhill see only one problem: these numbers are probably false. Their continued use and abuse reflect a much larger and troubling pattern: policymakers and the media naively or deliberately accept highly politicized and questionable statistical claims about activities that are extremely difficult to measure. As a result, we too often become trapped by these mythical numbers, with perverse and counterproductive consequences. This problem exists in myriad policy realms. But it is particularly pronounced in statistics related to the politically charged realms of global crime and conflict-numbers of people killed in massacres and during genocides, the size of refugee flows, the magnitude of the illicit global trade in drugs and human beings, and so on. In Sex, Drugs, and Body Counts, political scientists, anthropologists, sociologists, and policy analysts critically examine the murky origins of some of these statistics and trace their remarkable proliferation. They also assess the standard metrics used to evaluate policy effectiveness in combating problems such as terrorist financing, sex trafficking, and the drug trade.

Sex Education

Author : Child Study Association of America
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Sociological Abstracts

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CSA Sociological Abstracts abstracts and indexes the international literature in sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. The database provides abstracts of journal articles and citations to book reviews drawn from over 1,800+ serials publications, and also provides abstracts of books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers.

Dating Disasters and How to Avoid Them

Author : Joy Browne
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Starting with frightening personal ads and ending with a list of ten ways to ruin any date, this guide examines the world of toxic dating and explains how to avoid dating disasters.

Coming to Terms with Sex

Author : Leslie Paul
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Human Sexuality 81 82

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The Birth Control Review

Author : Margaret Sanger
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American Disasters

Author : Ballard C. Campbell
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Chronologically lists over two hundred disasters, both manmade and natural, that occurred in America, from Columbus's voyage in 1492 to Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Sex Determination and Sexual Dimorphism in Mammals

Author : Alfred Glucksmann
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The Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters

Author : Eric C. Jones
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This volume explores the ways in which economies deal with severe crises: how vulnerability is economically constructed, how production and trade practices adapt to new situations, and how political economic objectives play out in recovery efforts.

Sex Selection of Children

Author : Neil G. Bennett
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The Origins and Role of Same sex Relations in Human Societies

Author : James Neill
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This groundbreaking work draws on a vast range of research into human sexuality to demonstrate that homosexuality is not a phenomenon limited to a small minority of society, but is an aspect of a complex sexual harmony that the human race inherited from its animal ancestors. Through a survey of the patterns of sexual expression found among animals and among societies around the world, and an examination of the functional role homosexual behavior has played among animal species and human societies alike, the author arrives at some provocative conclusions: that a homosexual or bisexual phase is a normal part of sexual development, that same-sex relations play an important balancing role in regulating human reproduction, that many societies have institutionalized homosexual traditions in the past, and that the harsh condemnation of homosexuality in Western society is a relatively recent phenomenon, unique among world societies throughout history. This well researched and meticulously documented book is the first that integrates into a coherent picture the startling revelations about human sexuality coming from the recent work of sexual researchers, psychologists, anthropologists and historians. The view that emerges, of an ambisexual human species whose complex sexual harmony is being thwarted by the imposition of an artificial understanding of nature, represents a new way of thinking about sex.

What s Wrong with Sex Education

Author : Melvin Anchell
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Christianity and Sex

Author : Richard Clarke Cabot
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Child Study

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Salvation and Other Disasters

Author : Josip Novakovich
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Presents a collection of darkly comic stories set in the former Yugoslavia

Sex Gender and Social Change

Author : Gerhard Falk
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Sex, Gender and Social Change details the drastic changes in the attitudes toward gender in society since the seventeenth century and its effects on each gender. Gerhard Falk examines the change in roles of men and women as the power structure evens out between the genders. He begins with the place of women in the working world as they gain prominence as executives, in the military, as religious leaders, and in the political arena. He then moves into less studied aspects such as the move toward gender neutrality in fields like nursing and engineering, and the difference between the involvement of the genders in crime. Finally, he approaches the evolution and future of personal lives as roles change within the family and women take greater control over their sex lives.