Behavior: From Ben-Was to Bedroom Athletics

TWO other books about sex, both now riding the bestseller lists, differ as widely as—well, man and woman. Unlike Human Sexual Inadequacy, both are emphatically nontechnical works that make no claim to scholarship or original research.

Psychiatrist David Reuben's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) might better be titled More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Sex* (*Because You Didn't Know What to Ask). Using a question-and-answer technique, the author tours every inch of the sexual landscape, from abortion to "September sex." And then some....

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