A History of Sexual Customs  

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Eine Weltgeschichte der Sexualität (1956) is a German book on the history of sexuality written by Morus, a pseudonym for German writer Richard Lewinsohn. The work is similar to the contemporary Sex in History (1954) but is less Freudian in its approach. The book was translated into English as A History of Sexual Customs.

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marriage, hetairae, monogamy, gonorrhoea, syphilis, polygamy, sexual intercourse, homosexual, Neo-Malthusianism, semen, Marquis de Sade, brothels, George Sand, sexual abstinence, Rome, celibacy, adultery, Ovid, married couples, Gretna Green




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