Can we still be selfish after the revolution?

Bader, Michael J.
March 1995
Tikkun;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p25
Explores the meaning of human desire in the realm of sexual experience. Psychological and social prohibitions as possible cause of problems; Dynamics of sexual excitement.


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