The Sexes: Male and Female

An intriguing theory on the social dangers of sex therapy was expounded last week at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dolores Keller, a professor of biology at Pace University and a sex therapist as well, put forth the theory that one of the prime factors in male impotence may be a predisposition to incapacitating stress, transmittable from parent to child.

If this is so, says Keller, by curing impotent men with such a predisposition, sex therapists will paradoxically add to the amount of impotence in the world by enabling these men to father children...

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