An Objective re-examination of perverse sex practices in different cultures
This book explores sexual behavior prohibited in all cases by general social custom and in most cases by law. The fact and legend of human-animal sex contacts are explored and analyzed. The physiology and psychology of homosexual acts, male and female, are discussed and examined from perspectives absent in most present-day literature on the subject. In a section on sexual behavior as it is affected by various narcotic drugs and aphrodisiacs, the author presents original and significant material on the effects of the drug mescaline.
Written by: R.E.L. Masters
Published by: Matrix House, Publishers
Introduction by: Harry Benjamin, M.D.
Printing Date: 1966
Hardcover with Dust Jacket
In Good Condition for the age. Includes Dust Jacket that has some light to moderate wear, including some small tears around corners and edges of spine. Book itself has light wear on the outside, mostly around corners. Binding is strong. Inside is very good with clean and crisp pages.