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Making Sex: Body and Gender from the Greeks to FreudHarvard University Press #ad - This is a book about the making and unmaking of sex over the centuries. Rowman Littlefield Publishers. Along the way, two “master plots” emerge. The two-sex story says that the body determines gender differences, that woman is the opposite of man with incommensurably different organs, functions, and feelings.
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Noted contributors from various disciplines critically evaluate evidence –based programs from around the globe and through the lifespan.