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The unusual story of a doctor who has "re-created" more than 10,000 virgins. Countless brides in Japan say they owe their happy marriage to Dr. Kohei Matsukubo, a 50-year-old plastic surgeon of Tokyo. More than 10,000 operations have been performed by this doctor to give women (including some Western women) new hymens. His story was told recently in the Canadian publication Chinatown News by Robert Metcalfe.
Sex Q&A: You Personal Questions Answered
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BY taking this test, you can measure your sex knowledge. Check whether the answer to each statement should be True or False. Compare your answers with the correct answers below. Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer and add the results. Your final score is your S.Q. A score of less than 50 indicates inadequate knowledge; 50 to 60 equals good; 70 or 80 equals excellent; 90 or above equals unusually superior.
Battle Between the Sexes
Right from the start we train our children for a war between men and women. By Walter R. Stokes, M.D., LL.B. Why do we have violent, humiliating conflicts between the sexes? How can we stop them? Ideally, whether you were born male or female, there should be no real difference in your opportunity to live a full, well-rounded life. Persons of either sex should be able to look forward to a relationship with someone of the opposite sex that will be cooperative, affectionate and enjoyable. In our society, however, this goal is reached by only a few. For a great many men and women, sexual, social and marital relations are torn by indignity, strife and trouble.
Withdrawal before ejaculation is used more widely and probably with less harm than has been supposed. Helen Kitchen Branson, M.A. One of the oldest (possibly the original) methods of birth control is withdrawal. Simply stated, it is withdrawal of the penis from the vagina a few moments before the male sexual act is completed by the discharge of the seminal fluid. Historically and professionally known as coitus interruptus, the Latin name for it, withdrawal was practiced in Biblical times. The simplest English words for the method are: interrupted sexual intercourse, or as it is popularly called, withdrawal.