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Sexuality, African ReligioCultural Traditions and Sex as pleasure is counter to fundamentalist or purist African ReligioCultural Traditions and
Contemporary sexuality and the Brazilian wax. It's a natural physiological function of the body and it's good stress caused by a different sexual culture.
Bodies, Pleasures, and Passions. Sexual Culture in Contemporary Brazil Richard G. Parker With a new preface by the author Bodies, Pleasures, and Passions
History of Massage, Shamanistic Origins, Ancient Culture, Sex, Repression and and account for the psychosis and many of the modern attitudes towards the human
Since the original publication of Bodies, Pleasures, and Passions: Sexual Culture in Contemporary Brazil in 1991, there has been a veritable explosion in social
Parker tries to separate strands of historical and racial traditions from the sexual cloth of modern Brazil. One strand is the myth of Brazilian origins, and the historical reality of slavery. A second is the patriarchal position of men and the concomitant submission of women. A third is the sexual initiation of boys, and a fourth, a tradition of erotic sex
Bodies, pleasures, a Originally published in the early 1990s, Bodies, Pleasures, and Passions quickly became a classic ethnographic study of the social, cultural
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