Bonk: The Curious Coupling Of Science And Sex
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And then she makes the creepy funny. The results? More than three-fourths of the prostitutes had an orgasm, compared with only one in eight feminists. She visits a Danish pig farm to observe a Five-Point Stimulation Plan intended to enhance sow pleasure during artificial insemination and observes Dr. Hsu presides is out-and-out harrowing. Sensitive male readers may wish to stop reading here. You might think witnessing such procedures would give Roach pause.
Mary Roach is great.
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It follows the winding history of science and its exploration of human sexuality, going back as far as Aristotle and finally ending with recent discoveries about the origination and anatomy of the female orgasm. Throughout, Mary Roach provides a humorous and often very personal view—both as a participant and observer—of humans, scientists, animals, and sex machines. Of the book's numerous accounts, Roach discusses artificial insemination of sows in Denmark, the notorious history of sex machines, as well as much discussion and commentary on Kinsey 's notorious attic sex experiments. Her footnotes provide additional humor; as in a sentence which includes several DSM diagnoses listed as acronyms she adds "And from HAFD hyperactive acronym formation disorder ". During the experiment, a doctor looks on, making suggestions, and finally telling Ed that he "may ejaculate now.
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Bonk The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex