Ideal Marriage: Its Physiology and Technique, Second Edition concentrates on the cultivation of the technique of eroticism as an art in marriage. This book consists of historical facts and practical details that set the sexual relationship in the nostalgic prose of a more leisured age. The topics discussed include the four corner-stones of marriage; glimpses into general human sexual physiology; olfactory sexua1 impressions; and notes on the sexual physiology of the adult woman. The protection of ovum after expulsion from follicle; internal or endocrine testicular secretion; and normal stages of sexual intercourse are also elaborated. This publication likewise covers the stronger inclination of women to love-bite; alleged dangers of urethritis for man; and intercourse during illness and morbid conditions. This edition is useful to individuals interested in the erotic arts.
This classic work, first published in 1928, concentrates on the cultivation of the technique of eroticism as an art in marriage. It sets the sexual relationship in the nostalgic prose of a more leisured age.