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Sexual Revolution and Sexual Rights in Finland



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Sexocorporel in the Promotion of Sexual Pleasure

Karoline Bischof

SexuS Journal 2015, 1 (1): 033-043


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Neurobiology of Sexual Desire

Suck Won Kim, Carlos H. Schenck, Jon E. GrantGihyun Yoon,Peter I. DosaBrian L. OdlaugLiana R.N. Schreiber, Thomas D. Hurwitz, James G. Pfaus 

Sexus Journal, 2015, 1(1): 044-076


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Altered States of Consciousness Occurring During Expanded Sexual Response (ESR) in the HumanFemale: Preliminary Definitions


 H. Ümit Sayin
 


SexuS Journal, 2015, 1(1): 077-088


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