The origins and role of same-sex relations in human societies /

"In this work, the author challenges what some call the "heterosexual myth," arguing that human sexuality is not as absolute as prevalent thought suggests. Drawing on historic and current data, the book instead argues that, historically, human sexuality has been ambiguous, and that ve...

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Author / Creator: Neill, James, 1940-
Format: Book
Language:English
Imprint: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., [2009]
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Retention:Retained for Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST) http://eastlibraries.org/retained-materials
Online Access:Table of contents only
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Summary:"In this work, the author challenges what some call the "heterosexual myth," arguing that human sexuality is not as absolute as prevalent thought suggests. Drawing on historic and current data, the book instead argues that, historically, human sexuality has been ambiguous, and that very few humans are, by nature, exclusively homosexual or heterosexual"--Provided by publisher.
In this work, the author that human sexuality is not as absolute as prevalent thought suggests. Drawing on historic and current data, James Neill asserts that, historically, human sexuality has been ambiguous, and that very few humans are, by nature, exclusively homosexual or heterosexual.
Physical Description:vii, 470 pages ; 27 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 457-463) and index.
ISBN:0786435135
9780786435135