some personal observations

Allen, Luther
August 1955
ONE;Aug55, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p4
This article characterizes human sexuality as a complex affair. Human sexuality is an obscure, protean and complex affair. Beyond a certain point in our thinking the problems of homosexuality merge with the problems of homosexuality merge with the problems of sexuality in general. The correlation of the problems of homosexuality with the problems of sexuality. The extent of the ramifications of sex. The engagement of moral feelings in a person's sexuality.


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