Manhood: The Rise and Fall of the Penis

Manhood The Rise and Fall of the Penis In Manhood experienced urologist and sexologist Mels van Driel offers an unprecedented history of the penis with answers to everything you wanted to know and even some questions you d never thought

  • Title: Manhood: The Rise and Fall of the Penis
  • Author: Mels van Driel Paul Vincent
  • ISBN: 9781861895424
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Manhood, experienced urologist and sexologist Mels van Driel offers an unprecedented history of the penis with answers to everything you wanted to know, and even some questions you d never thought to ask Investigating the penis and its functions, van Driel s work ranges from impotence to the speed of ejaculation, and from inguinal hernia to infertility Psychological In Manhood, experienced urologist and sexologist Mels van Driel offers an unprecedented history of the penis with answers to everything you wanted to know, and even some questions you d never thought to ask Investigating the penis and its functions, van Driel s work ranges from impotence to the speed of ejaculation, and from inguinal hernia to infertility Psychological factors that have an impact on sexual experience, as well as contemporary phenomena, such as cyber sex, are examined along the way with good humor and much insight.

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    1. Everything you have ever wanted to know about the male reproductive system — and more! You’ll find it all here, written in a light and friendly tone. This is of much value not only for men but also for women.The book is intended for the general public. It does have medical information, of course; the author Mels Van Driel is a consultant urologist and sexologist at Groningen University Medical Centre in The Netherlands, so he knows what he is talking about — and he covers both “normal” [...]

    2. Everything you ever wanted to know and were afraid to ask Mels Van Driel is a Dutch urologist and sexologist who has obviously not only studied his disciplines well, but who also has the ability to communicate his depth of information with clarity (due in part to the English translation from the Dutch by Paul Vincent), candor, and a fine sense of humor. Though the 'mission' of this book is to explore the male genitalia in anatomic, functional, physiological, and psychological detail, van Driel a [...]

    3. I enjoyed reading this book not only because it was scientifically informative, but because it was funny. There are a multitude of odd stories and hilarious circumstances relating to men's bits. But seriously, this book is a wealth of information relating to the human attitude to and knowledge of male genitalia over the last several hundred and sometimes thousands of years. A good read.

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