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Petting as an Erotic Exercise: a study of the significance and techniques of pre-coital play

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Petting as an Erotic Exercise: a study of the significance and techniques of pre-coital play, D. O. Cauldwell, M.D. (Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas, 1948)
5.5” x 8.5″, 32pp. pamphlet, slight sunning/soiling, very good for age, interior clean.

This is one of many books written by David O. Cauldwell (1897-1959), and published by Haldeman-Julius Publications.  Dr. Cauldwell was a self-described sexologist who is usually credited with being the first person to use the term ‘transsexual’ and ‘transsexualism’.  Although that claim has been widely disputed, he did write some of the first works examining transgender issues.

In this pamphlet Dr. Cauldwell writes about foreplay in most all its forms and a call for the normalization of activities that were often described as perversions.

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Petting as an Erotic Exercise: a study of the significance and techniques of pre-coital play, D. O. Cauldwell, M.D. (Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas, 1948)
5.5” x 8.5″, 32pp. pamphlet, slight sunning/soiling, very good for age, interior clean.

This is one of many books written by David O. Cauldwell (1897-1959), and published by Haldeman-Julius Publications.  Dr. Cauldwell was a self-described sexologist who is usually credited with being the first person to use the term ‘transsexual’ and ‘transsexualism’.  Although that claim has been widely disputed, he did write some of the first works examining transgender issues.

In this pamphlet Dr. Cauldwell writes about foreplay in most all its forms and a call for the normalization of activities that were often described as perversions.

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Weight.25 lbs
Dimensions8.5 × 5.5 × .25 in

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