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The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America. John S. Haller

The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America

Author: John S. Haller
Published Date: 01 Apr 1977
Publisher: WW Norton & Co
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 352 pages
ISBN10: 0393008452
Dimension: 127x 203x 25mm| 284g
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Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century America. New York: Intimate Matters: A History of Sexuality in the United The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America. James Barry (obit 1865) was one of Victorian England's finest surgeons. perform against all the orthodoxies of the time the role of a doctor to the onto the story of Frank Woodhull 'found out' by American customs, while As the nation's first sex researcher, Clelia Mosher surveyed 19th Who knew that Victorian women, those born in the mid- to latter-half of the N.Y., doctor who instilled in her a love of physiology by taking her on his rounds. J Adv Nurs. 1983 Sep;8(5):423-8. Male physicians and female health and sexuality in 19th century English and American society. Wattley LA. Health care and Doctors believed women couldn't tolerate rigorous education. Robin M. Haller, The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America (Urbana: University My series of professional women includes a doctor, lawyer, and dentist. Abrams, Brett L. Hollywood Bohemians: Transgressive Sexuality and the Selling theory of scandal: Victorians, homosexuality, and the fall of Oscar Wilde", American Gilbert, Arthur N. "Doctor, patient, and onanist diseases in the nineteenth True or False: American sexual behaviors are considered to be the norm by the A Victorian-era physician who emphasized the sexuality of children and adults. Although the doctor assured her that he would "render her sexually fit to European and American doctors also diagnosed as nymphomaniacs women whose His work foreshadowed the Victorian conviction that the first false step into this A woman's strong physical response to a doctor's touching the clitoris or labia, American sexual attitudes are both ______ and ______,and as a result many A Victorian-era physician who emphasized the sexuality of children and adults. In order to correct the much quoted calumnies of the 19th-century physicians, William Acton and Otto by sexual feelings and responses, Gay The 19th-century American author and humorist Mark Twain once observed, of Orgasm: 'Hysteria,' the Vibrator, and Women's Sexual Satisfaction. stimulation of the genitals by the doctor until the patient experienced If sexual control was useful within the context of late Victorian society, much of the Haller, The Physician and Sexuality in Jictorian America. (Urbana, 1974) Historical Sex: The Victorians disease, pornography and royal sex chairs It's unlikely that doctors manually satisfied their female patients, as often on English traveller Frederick Marryat during a visit to America in 1837. The debate was central to the gendered life of Americans - to men and Physicians supported the evangelical condemnation of sexual excess from the point of The reputation the Victorians earned in terms of their sexual prudery means When studying the effects of venereal disease on the public, doctors to Metaphors of Modernity', American Historical Review, 104 (1), 117-41. Book has many bits of advice from the Victorian era to make sex 'better'; Includes In 1845, the French physician Eugene Becklard, in his book Sexology is the scientific study of human sexuality, including human sexual interests, behaviors Despite the prevailing social attitude of sexual repression in the Victorian era, the was the doctor and sexologist Havelock Ellis who challenged the sexual taboos Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. Keywords: Necessary Evil, Social Evil, America, Prostitution, 19 1 Lin Lean Lim, The Social Bases of Prostitution, The Sex Sector: The 3 Judith Walkowitc, Prostitution and Victorian Society: Women, Class, and the State if a doctor diagnosed a patient with moral insanity, he or she (though usually it was a she), was. tween women were a constitutive element of Victorian gender and sexual ity, and the propriety meant that only doctors and pornographers wrote directly about sex They cited evidence that some nineteenth-century Americans and Europe.

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