Edited by Robert A. Nye
Table of Contents
Part I Before Sexuality I a The Ancient World; I b Early Christianity; I c The Middle Ages; I d The Renaissance and Religious Reform; I e Enlightenment and Revolution; I f Up from the Beast: The Triumph of Middle-Class Sexuality
Part II The Discovery of `Sexuality' at the Century's Turn II a Doctors and Sexual Disorders; II a i Experts; II a ii Hysteria; II a iii Prostitution; II a iv Masturbation; II b The Perversions; II b i Inversion; II b ii Sadism; II b iii Masochism; II b iv Fetishism; II b v Exhibitionism; II b vi Freud and Psycholanalysis; II b vii Heterosexuality
Part III The Twentieth-Century Sexual Body III a The Evolution of Sex; III b Hermaphroditism/Intersexuality; III c The Discovery of Hormones; III d Developmental Biology and
Psychology; III e The Physiology of Sexual Function; III f Transsexuality; III g The Gay Gene and the Sexual Brain
Part IV Sexual Revolution? IV a Pioneers of Sex Reform; IV b Second Wave Sexology; IV c Stripping Off; IV d Coming Out; IV e A Golden Age for Pornography?; IV f AIDS; IV g Sex Surveys: Have We Returned to Normal?
Notes; Select Bibliography; Biographical Notes; Index