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In 1921, when I began the practice of gynaecology, medicine had precious little to offer infertile wives. Therefore I chose to devote what time and effort could be spared from earning money to the study of human reproductive functioning that I might get as many of these unhappy women as possible pregnant. Primarily to that end, I have studied and researched for 40 years, and tried to solve problems in Man's pervasive sexuality, the biological requisite for species survival.


Some form of sex is common to most animals. A few species reproduce by fission, like the amoeba, or by budding, like jellyfish in cold water, or by parthenogenesis, as in the water flea. There are also a few animals, including some of the worms, in which sex functions in two different organ systems, but in a