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  • Sexual Reflexology by Mantak Chia

    By Mantak Chia

    Strikes reflexology past the world of foot therapeutic massage and into the area of sexuality.

    • deals acupressure easy methods to construct intimacy and heighten sexual pleasure.

    • is helping locate their sexual power power and actual compatibility.

    • presents thoughts to accomplish time-tested Taoist sexual-spiritual routines.

    • via Mantak Chia, coauthor of The Multi-Orgasmic Man.

    The strongest reflex issues at the physique are at the sexual organs. whereas the perform of reflexology is generally linked to therapeutic massage of the toes, in Sexual Reflexology Mantak Chia offers functions for utilizing the sexual reflex issues in lovemaking, reworking sexual activity right into a type of ecstatic acupressure. by way of combining the vintage Taoist sexual texts with glossy reflexology thought, the writer presents a different chance for to perform sexual intimacy as an act of therapeutic.

    Mantak Chia exhibits the right way to review a person's sexual strength capability in addition to how the scale and form of the sexual organs ensure a couple's compatibility. as well as the categorical ecstatic acupressure workout directions, he presents considerate observation on old Taoist practices that display how we will all use our sexual essence to create fit and loving relationships.

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  • Closet Space: Geographies of Metaphor from the Body to the by Michael P. Brown

    By Michael P. Brown

    Is the closet only a metaphor? Closet Space offers a hugely unique account of the spatial metaphor of "the closet", and is the 1st geography textual content to target this crucial factor.

    Using a number of examine ideas and fabrics, the ebook explores the closet via texts including:

    • the oral histories of homosexual males within the united kingdom and US
    • the sexualised panorama of a brand new Zealand city
    • the nationwide census of england and the US
    • overseas trip courses and travelogues,

    and refers back to the paintings of Butler, Lefebvre and Foucault.

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    Scalable vector PDF, comprises OCR/searchable text

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  • Theorizing Intersectionality and Sexuality (Genders and by Yvette Taylor, Sally Hines, Mark E. Casey

    By Yvette Taylor, Sally Hines, Mark E. Casey

    This e-book re-examines political, conceptual and methodological issues of ‘intersectionality’, bringing those into dialog with sexuality reports. It explores sexual identifications, politics and inequalities as those (dis)connect throughout time and position, and are re-constituted relating to classification, incapacity, ethnicity, gender and age.

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  • Complementarity Beyond Physics: Niels Bohr's Parallels by Arun Bala

    By Arun Bala

    In this research Arun Bala examines the consequences that Niels Bohr’s precept of complementarity holds for fields past physics. Bohr, one of many founding figures of contemporary quantum physics, argued that the primary of complementarity he proposed for figuring out atomic techniques has parallels in psychology, biology, and social technology, in addition to in Buddhist and Taoist idea. yet Bohr did not provide any reason for why complementarity may well expand past physics, and his claims were greatly rejected by way of scientists as empty hypothesis. medical scepticism has purely been strengthened through the naïve enthusiasm of postmodern relativists and New Age intuitionists, who grab upon Bohr’s principles to justify anti-realist and mystical positions.
    Arun Bala bargains an in depth defence of Bohr’s declare that complementarity has far-reaching implications for the organic and social sciences, in addition to for comparative philosophies of technology, via explaining Bohr’s parallels as responses to the omnipresence of grown homes in nature.

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  • A Frenchwoman’s Imperial Story: Madame Luce in by Rebecca Rogers

    By Rebecca Rogers

    Winner of the 2014 Mary Alice and Philip Boucher publication Prize, subsidized through the French Colonial historic Society.

    Honorable point out within the 2014 Pinkney Prize, subsidized by means of the Society for French old Studies.

    Eugénie Luce was once a French schoolteacher who fled her husband and deserted her relations, migrating to Algeria within the early 1830s. through the mid-1840s she had turn into an enormous determine in debates round academic rules, insisting that girls have been a serious measurement of the French attempt to impression a fusion of the races. to assist this fusion, she based the 1st French institution for Muslim women in Algiers in 1845, which thrived until eventually gurus bring to an end her investment in 1861. At this aspect, she switched from educating spelling, grammar, and stitching, to embroidery—an pastime that attracted the eye of renowned British feminists and gave her institution a celebrated attractiveness for generations.

    The portrait of this notable lady finds the position of ladies and ladies within the imperial tasks of the time and sheds mild on why they've got disappeared from the historic checklist because then.

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  • Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work by Melissa Gira Grant

    By Melissa Gira Grant

    Fresh years have obvious a panic over "online red-light districts," which supposedly seduce susceptible younger women right into a lifetime of degradation, and long island instances columnist Nicholas Kristof's dwell tweeting of a Cambodian brothel raid. yet hardly do those anxious, salacious dispatches come from intercourse employees themselves, and barely do they deviate from the placement that intercourse staff needs to be rescued from their situation, and the easily abolished -- a place universal between feminists and conservatives alike.

    In enjoying the Whore, journalist Melissa Gira supply turns those pieties on their head, arguing for an overhaul within the method we predict approximately intercourse paintings. in line with ten years of writing and reporting at the intercourse exchange, and down to earth in her event as an organizer, recommend, and previous intercourse employee, taking part in the Whore dismantles pervasive myths approximately intercourse paintings, criticizes either stipulations in the intercourse and its criminalization, and argues that keeping apart intercourse paintings from the "legitimate" economic system basically harms those that practice sexual hard work. In enjoying the Whore, intercourse workers' calls for, too lengthy relegated to the margins, take middle degree: intercourse paintings iswork, and intercourse workers' rights are human rights.

    From the alternate Paperback edition.

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  • Unprotected by Miriam Grossman

    By Miriam Grossman

    Our campuses are steeped in political correctness?that?s hardly ever information to somebody. yet not anyone realizes that radical social agendas have additionally taken over campus future health and counseling facilities, with dire consequences.

    Psychiatrist Miriam Grossman is aware this greater than a person. She has taken care of greater than 2,000 scholars at one among America?s so much prestigious universities, and she?s noticeable how the something- is going, women-are-just-like-men, ?safer-sex? schedule is basically making our little kids sick.

    Dr. Grossman takes factor with the specialists who recommend that scholars difficulties might be solved with loose condoms and Zoloft. What campus counselors and future health companies needs to do, she argues, is inform uncomfortable, politically unsuitable truths, particularly to younger sufferers of their such a lot weak and stressed moments. rather than platitudes and incorrect information, it?s time to supply them genuine protection.

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  • Who's Been Sleeping in Your Head: The Secret World of Sexual by Brett Kahr

    By Brett Kahr

    A well known psychoanalyst bargains a sneak peek into our sexual fantasies--and fantastic revelations concerning the effect they've got on our lives.
    according to the largest-ever survey of sexual fantasies, and drawing at the author's twenty-five years of scientific perform, this "anatomy of mystery desire" does for sexual myth what Kinsey did for sexual habit. although, in contrast to Kinsey's books, that have been nearly unreadably dense and data-driven, Who's Been dozing on your Head? positive factors narrative debts of sexual fantasies and the author's personal insightful interpretations of ways these fantasies impact our lives. Kahr unearths the unbelievable fact in the back of secrecy, disgrace and taboo, and demonstrates how intercourse fantasies exert a extra robust impact on our feelings, habit, and relationships than we ever imagined.
    Kahr's insights are releasing. He tells us the tale of Margaret, who, in mining early sexual abuse for arousing and pleasant sexual fantasies: "succeeded brilliantly in turning a early life trauma into an grownup triumph." He explains how he helped a tender guy who couldn't get grew to become on by way of his appealing female friend yet basically by means of dominatrix-themed porn, and the way quite a few women and men used delusion to turn into extra intimate with their partners--or to be untrue or perhaps merciless to them as a substitute. finally, through unmasking the myths and destroying the guilt and lack of expertise surrounding sexual fable, Kahr bargains readers an opportunity to steer richer and much less conflicted lives.

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  • Crisis Communications: A Casebook Approach, 4th Edition by Kathleen Fearn-Banks

    By Kathleen Fearn-Banks

    Challenge Communications: A Casebook procedure offers case reviews of organizational, company, and person crises, and analyzes the verbal exchange responses to those occasions. Demonstrating how execs arrange for and reply to crises, in addition to how they strengthen communications plans, this crucial textual content explores an important concerns pertaining to conversation with the inside track media, staff, and shoppers in instances of trouble. writer Kathleen Fearn-Banks examines the stairs of selecting the ideal phrases to exhibit a message, deciding on the strategy and channels for offering the message, and selecting and focusing on the main applicable publics or audiences. She additionally addresses such vital issues as warding off power mismanagement of communique in trouble occasions. Key beneficial properties of this fourth version are: six new situations, together with a number of overseas crises present dialogue of communications know-how because it pertains to crises a Companion web site -- www.routledge.com/textbooks/fearn-banks -- with extra situations in addition to supplemental fabrics for college kids and lecture room assets for teachers. A scholar Workbook can also be to be had to be used with this quantity, supplying extra pedagogy for every bankruptcy, together with dialogue questions, actions, key phrases, case workouts, and worksheets. using either vintage and modern instances of real-world events, challenge Communications offers scholars in public kin and enterprise with real-world views and important insights for pro responses to crises. it truly is meant to be used in concern communications, hindrance administration, and PR case stories classes.

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  • Already Doing It: Intellectual Disability and Sexual Agency by Michael Gill

    By Michael Gill

    Why is the sexuality of individuals with highbrow disabilities usually deemed “risky” or “inappropriate” by means of lecturers, mom and dad, help employees, doctors, judges, and the media? should still sexual citizenship depend upon IQ? Confronting such questions head-on, Already Doing It exposes the “sexual ableism” that denies the truth of people who, regardless of the limitations they face, actively make judgements approximately their sexual lives.

    Tracing the heritage of efforts within the usa to restrict the sexual freedoms of such persons⎯using equipment resembling pressured sterilization, invasive contraception, and gender-segregated residing arrangements—Michael Gill demonstrates that those frequent practices stemmed from dominant perspectives of disabled sexuality, now not least the proposal that intellectually disabled girls are excessively sexual and fertile whereas their male opposite numbers are sexually predatory. interpreting criminal discourses, intercourse schooling fabrics, and information tales going again to the Nineteen Seventies, he exhibits, for instance, that the serious specialize in “stranger danger” in intercourse schooling for intellectually disabled participants disregards their skill to independently select actions and sexual partners—including nonheterosexual ones, who're usually handled with heightened suspicion. He additionally examines moral matters surrounding masturbation education that goals to control individuals’ sexual lives, demanding situations the notion that these whose sexuality is managed (or rejected) are not reproduce, and proposes popularity of the fitting to turn into mom and dad for adults with highbrow disabilities.

    A powerfully argued demand sexual and reproductive justice for individuals with highbrow disabilities, Already Doing It urges a shift clear of the compulsion to regulate “deviance” (better identified this day as damage relief) as the correct to excitement and highbrow incapacity are usually not collectively specific. In so doing, it represents an essential new contribution to the continued debate over who, within the usa, will be allowed to have intercourse, reproduce, marry, and lift little ones.

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