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Sexology by Vladimir Antonov

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Sexology
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Publisher: Scientific-Spiritual Ecological Center
ISBN/ASIN: 1438256655
Number of pages: 46

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This book contains a scientific description of mechanisms and regularities of the development of the reproduction system of human beings, including embryonic period, childhood and adolescence. It also contains a thorough description of mechanisms of forming of homosexuality of both sexes, using results of relevant experiments on animals as a scientific basis.

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