The functions of the orgasms The Highways to Transcendence


The functions of the orgasms The Highways to Transcendence [Reading] ➷ The functions of the orgasms The Highways to Transcendence By Michel Odent – Thomashillier.co.uk This book about male and female orgasms is an opportunity to convince anyone that humanity is at a turning point Due to the improved techniue of medically assisted conceptions and cesareans the advanc This book about male and female of the Kindle Õ orgasms is an opportunity to convince anyone that humanity is at a turning point Due to the improved techniue of medically assisted conceptions and cesareans the advances in anesthesiology and pharmacology and the development of the food industry women can now conceive a baby give birth and feed their infant without relying on the release of 'cocktails of love hormones' Human intelligence and ingenuity have made love hormones The functions PDF or redundant.


3 thoughts on “The functions of the orgasms The Highways to Transcendence

  1. Francesca Francesca says:

    I loved some themes and was confused by some others I don't agree with all the connections that Michel Odent does or with some of the conclusions that he comes to but it was interesting to read of his perspective nevertheless I took my sweet time reading and digesting the content of this short book because I feel that it is so important nowadays not only for midwives but for everyone to re think the way we talk and think of birth sex breastfeeding and orgasms Recommend


  2. Johanna Hilla Johanna Hilla says:

    My main uestion while reading this book was not so much about its content but rather Dear Michel why did you write this book? Do we really need another male medical professional writing to women how birth and sex operate?Well apparently we did and once I did let my prejudice go I did enjoy this I feel I gained uite some understanding of the function of hormones during birth while selecting a mate breastfeeding as well as learned about sex related traditions in various cultures Odent's main argument is that by intruding the most intimate and potentially most transcendent experience that most women undergo birth men have not only severed the most healthy and natural way of bonding between the mother and the child but in reality prevented women from accessing highly mystical statesThe following uote reveals the underlying assumption of our disconnection from the earth as being reflective of the way in which births are managed in contemporary culture Studying possible routes to transcendence finally leads us to constantly refer to the factors that make human groups 'successful' Cohesion is one of them Another one is the development of a certain form of aggressiveness since for thousands of years history has been to a great extent related to harsh conflicts between human groups Let us dream of a time when history will be mostly about the symbiotic relationship between Humanity and the Mother EarthThe ideas in this book are valuable and clearly presented It is not a complicated read for anyone although it entails relatively complex terminology relating to physiology during pregnancy and birth Three stars because although I did enjoy the book I remained a little skeptical about the authors' lack of the first hand experience


  3. Maggie Mayhem Maggie Mayhem says:

    Fascinating look at the role of orgasms


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