By Helen Field Fischer, Gretchen Fischer Harshbarger
"Did you recognize that the Pigweed and the Cockscomb are brothers? The Purslane and the Rose Moss? The Potato and the Petunia?
It's an outdated tale to the botanists, yet to people who be aware of their vegetation no longer a s specimens yet as friendly partners, there's a gigantic thrill in studying extra in their relatives trees..."--From the Forward
Book is decided up with textual content approximately each one flower kinfolk and dealing with precise drawings of flower examples in that kinfolk (see pattern pages)
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Single, multiple or absent orgasm in the female partner. Faster or slower reaching of ejaculatory climax in the male partner. These variations may be single or multiple, and well within the range of normality. The partner or partners may not always find such differences from the expected experience acceptable, and regard these as a dysfunction. That is to say, objective and subjective dysfunction may not always coincide for the complaining partner, or the other partner. COITAL POSITIONS Partners who form a single and regular sexual relationship tend to favour a particular position or set of positions for penis-into-vagina coitus.
The bisexual citizen (in street argot, once known as ACIDC) has a full male genital apparatus and a naturally male biological profile. He claims, however, that he is sexually oriented toward men and women, and not exclusively and continuously heterosexual or homosexual. This personal view of oneself as bisexual presumably takes in the three aspects of choice of sex partner: A leaning or preference to neither sex An ability to be stimulated emotionally and physically by either sex A refusal to be categorized as homosexual or heterosexual.
In suggesting changes from the partners' usual coital approach, the doctor needs to take into account the personalities, education, religious views and rigidity of outlook which may be present. He may need to emphasize that he is giving permission (on health and medical grounds) but that they are not being permissive (in a negative sense). It has been suggested that coital positioning may reflect not pleasurable experience, not familiarity and not ease of access, but rather reflect the dominance of one sexual partner over another.