Masters and Johnson on Sex and Human Loving is a book about human sexuality by the gynecologist William Masters , the sexologist Virginia Johnson , and the endocrinologist Robert C. The work was a revision of the college textbook Human Sexuality The book's authors discuss human sexuality from "biological, psychological, behavioral, clinical, and cultural perspectives.
Lieberman described the book as a well-written and comprehensive work that "makes accessible to lay readers scientific data and humane perspectives on topics ranging from anatomy and physiology to homosexuality, sex therapy, love, birth control, and gender roles. Kimmel wrote that the book continued Masters and Johnson's "championing of sexual expression and their difficulties in making their case" and added little to their previous work Human Sexuality In his opinion, while its authors covered many topics, they did so with "little taste and even less texture".
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He accused them of "pious moralizing", finding their message that sex must be associated with love conservative. Mass in The Advocate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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