Sex, Man, and Society  

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"I have pointed out ad nauseam that the aborigines are aware of the fact that intercourse is a necessary factor in the production of childbirth, but that they do not consider it to be of any great importance in the production of such a condition."--Sex, Man, and Society (1969) by Ashley Montagu


"For [ the pill ] is a revolutionary development, probably to be ranked among the half dozen or so major innovations in man's two or more million years of history. In its effects I believe that the pill ranks in importance with the discovery of fire."--Sex, Man, and Society (1969) by Ashley Montagu

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Sex, Man, and Society (1969) is a book by Ashley Montagu.



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