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jrgregg said...


Sex, The World History, Through Time, Religion, and Culture. Section I includes, The Ancient World, Early Europe to the Renaissance and Islam. It is a daring exploration of human sexuality from the ancient to the modern world. Revealed are sexual practices and beliefs previously omitted or obscured from all historical telling. In a scathing condemnation of religion and its control of sex, the book explores complex relationships between spirituality, sexuality and the treatment of women. The supremacy of the Mother Goddess throughout most of human existence, and her relatively recent fall, is detailed.. These pages share a few erotic artworks and explicit literary excerpts from throughout the world, painstakingly culled from the hidden treasure trove of cultures throughout history. Sex, The World History, traces sexual attitudes from the transcendent to the bizarre throughout the worlds’ cultures. Revealed for the first time is the bisexuality of the majority of human cultures. In Asia, the Pacific, Africa, the Americas, and Europe before Christianity most human cultures practiced female/female love, male/male love,as well as male/female love. Lesbianism is also treated in depth. It offers in very readable form an encyclopedic tour of the sexuality of humankind!

Sex, The World History, Section II, begins a bold probe of human bisexuality from Asia, Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, ancient North and South America and Africa, moving into the modern world. The analysis of gender truth and control, religion and its control of sex continues as the book pursues intricate relationships between spirituality and sexuality and human rights The book is leagues beyond the classic History of Sex, by Michael Foucault, written in the 1950's.

Sex, The World History, Section III, begins a courageous exploration of human bisexuality from the Enlightenment to the current modern world. Europe form the 17th century to the modern world, Victorian licentiousness, Colonial North and South America to the current day Americas, world war slavery and sex slavery, Roman Catholic molestation's, love-counterculture, child brides and forced marriages, slavery and homosexuality, the modern Feminist movement and the LGBTQ, movement. The book explores complicated relationships between modern spirituality and sexuality.

This volume has only 30 illustrations where the first three Illustrated volumes have over 900