Married Love; A New Contribution to the Solution of Sex Difficulties
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ...should have an orgasm, and after every union she was left so " on edge " and sleepless that never less than several hours would elapse before she could sleep at all, and often she remained wakeful the _whole night. After her husband's death her health improved, and in a year or two she entered into a new relation with a man who was aware of women's needs and spent sufiicient time and attention to them to ensure 'a successful completion for her as well as for himself. The result was that she soon became a ood sleeper, with the attendant benefits of restore nerves and health. Sleep is so-complex a process, and sleeplessnessthe resultant of so many different maladjustments, that it is, of course, possible that the woman may sleep well enough, even if she be deprived of the relief and pleasure of perfect union. But in so many ' married women sleeplessness and a conse uent nervous condition are coupled with a lack 0 the complete sex relation, that one of the first questions a physician should put to those of his women patients who are worn and sleepless is: Whether her husband really fulfils his marital duty in their physical relation. ' _From their published statements, and their admissions to me, it appears that many practising doctors are either almost unaware of the very existence of orgasm in women, or look upon it as a superfluous and accidental phenomenon. Yet to have had.1 moderate number of orgasms at some time at least is a_ necessity for the full development of a woman': health and all her powers. As this book is written for those who are married, I say nothing here about the lives of those who are. still unmarried, though, particularly after the age of thirty has been reached, they may be very...
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- 13 Sep 2013
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