Baby-medical-questions-and-answers.com Review:A Pediatrician Answers Baby and Toddler Medical Questions - Dr Maud, a pediatrician gives easy-to-understand health information and practical medical advice to parents of infants and toddlers asking for answers to their medical questions
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Human sexuality is not an easy subject to research. It's just too private to allow for direct observation or to completely trust self-reporting. But what millions of people do in the privacy of their homes late at night on the Internet might shed some light.
And that's what this book does. It looks at millions and millions of search strings to get a feel for what people really feel and think about sex. It looks at hetero guys, hetero women (with a semantic analysis of romances thrown in), and gay men, coming up with some very interesting findings. There are also excellent chapters on transgression, domination/submission, and much more
All of the findings are grounded in psychology (especially evolutionary psychology). There are lots of discussions of other studies as well (the bibliography goes to almost 80 pages!).
Almost forgot ... Excellent writing too. Very informal and easy to read and rather amusing at points.
I found this book excellent for readers with an open mind. I really am not sure of all the fuss in the 1-star ratings. Perhaps some of these reviewers would like to share some links to some of what they are talking about.