Performing the Penis

Phalluses in 21st Century Cultures

Author: Meredith Jones

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 200

View: 668

This book will be the first collection that offers an overview and case studies around understandings and manifestations of penises and phalluses in the early twenty-first century. It examines how penises and phalluses are experienced and represented, drawing on examples from pornography, stripping, music video, film, surgery, and comedy. The penis—along with its twin the phallus—has been used to symbolise strength, fertility, and power but also bestiality, violence, and the ‘savage’. It has been worshipped, feared, and mocked. With contributing authors deploying conceptual frameworks based in philosophy, cultural studies, gender studies, affect theory, film theory, feminist theory, art theory, sociology, history, medical anthropology and media studies, this volume will appeal to a broad range of scholars and all who are interested in bodies, genitals, gender, and contemporary cultures.

The Penis Book

A Doctor's Complete Guide to the Penis--From Size to Function and Everything in Between

Author: Aaron Spitz, M.D.

Publisher: Rodale Books

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 304

View: 809

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever wanted to know about the penis but were afraid to ask? Dr. Aaron Spitz has that answer—and many more. Let Dr. Spitz—who served as assistant clinical professor at UC Irvine's Department of Urology for 15 years and who is a regularly featured guest on The Doctors—become your best friend as he fearlessly guides you through the hairiest and the scariest questions in The Penis Book. An unflinching, comprehensive guide to everything from sexually transmitted infections to the science of blood flow, The Penis Book prominently features an easy-to-follow holistic five-step plan for optimum penis health, including plant-based eating recommendations, information on some penis-healthy foods, and suggested exercises for penis wellbeing. Useful to men and women alike, The Penis Book is a one-stop-shop for the care and maintenance of the penis in your life.

The Small Penis Bible

Author: Ant Smith

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 154

View: 810

IF YOU CAN'T BEAT THEM... After living with penis size anxiety for most of his 50 years author, Ant Smith, decided we needed an honest self-help book on the subject. Something to turn up in search results other than the endless (and expensive) so called 'enlargement guides'. After organising London's first ever Big Small Penis Party and giving countless interviews on what it's like living with a little willy, Ant has plenty to say on the matter! You will read the only methods for penis enlargement in this book. But more importantly you will read how to overcome the anxiety itself - because without managing that, no size is ever going to lead to peace. THIS IS A REALLY TOUGH SUBJECT so there is plenty of humour, candour and real-life stories in these pages. If you are suffering yourself, or if you are body-positive, or if you are just curious THIS is a must read.

Trends and Techniques Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, E-Book

Author: Lina Triana

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 120

View: 432

Bring your practice fully up to date with the most effective and innovative techniques in aesthetic plastic surgery. Trends and Techniques: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery covers today’s sought-after procedures— from male-specific aesthetic techniques to liposuction technologies and vaginal rejuvenation—all innovative new procedures that will greatly benefit your patients’ quality of life. In this outstanding resource, you’ll learn not only from Dr. Lina Triana, but also from other internationally recognized aesthetic surgeons in plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and dermatology. Chapters cover high-demand procedures such as facelifts and lip enhancements, liposuction and J plasma, mamopexy after breast implant removal, hoodplasty, vaginal tightening, scrotal lift, penis enhancement, and more. Offers expert commentary from world-renowned surgeons, including surgical tips and tricks that help you achieve the best outcomes and avoid complications. Discusses gender differences in body definition and non-surgical procedures, as well as marketing in the plastic surgeon’s practice. Allows today’s cosmetic surgeons to offer top procedures with optimal outcomes, enabling increased patient satisfaction and repeat consultation.

Better Sex the Herbal Way

Author: Hari Datt Sharma

Publisher: Pustak Mahal

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 120

View: 646

This slim book is a valuable guide to teach us in simple straight-forward manner some salient points of better sex. It guides us about proper food, drinks to boost sexual pleasure. the main focus is on herbs. An irrepressible force that keeps driving man perennially, the sexual urge has led to an eternal search for the ultimate aphrodisiac. Amongst a host of others, the latest performance boosters to set global libidos afire is Viagra. This book, however, cautions you on the health hazards associated with sex enhancers in modern science.

The Book of the Penis

Author: Maggie Paley

Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 257

View: 945

“Should be required reading for anyone who has a penis, wants a penis, or loves someone who has or wants a penis . . . titillating and informative.”—Dan Savage, New York Times-bestselling author The almighty penis (a.k.a. dick, schlong, pecker, rod, tool, Johnson, etc.) has long been a major object of adoration, revulsion, ridicule, amazement, joy, pride, and even frustration. But does anyone fully understand the penis? Novelist, playwright, and journalist Maggie Paley immersed herself in the obsessive world of this most forthright of organs, looking for answers high and low. She pored over scholarly volumes, anthropology texts, and sex-shop glossies; interviewed sex workers, transsexuals, and phallus connoisseurs of all stripes; attended male strip shows and a Hindu lingam ceremony; visited web sites where men share masturbation techniques; and even searched out the current location of Napoleon’s penis. And, yes, she objectively addresses the big question: “Does size matter?” Along the way, we encounter deliciously entertaining and highly informative chapters on penis worship, fellatio, and men who are famous for their dicks, as well as the penis in art, fashion, literature, films, and much more. In this “clever and hilarious” book—delightfully illustrated by Sergio Ruzzier—“Paley humanizes the penis by exposing the pervasive social and cultural baggage associated with it . . . Damn good” (Bust). “[Paley] hits the subject on the head.”—Playboy “Spirited, filled with fact and some fancy, emphasizing the penis’s power to drive male behavior but designed to make both women and men more comfortable with the dreaded word—and perhaps even the actuality—penis.”—Kirkus Reviews

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies

Original Essays

Author: Nancy L. Fischer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 820

View: 816

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies: Original Essays is an innovative, reader-friendly collection of essays that introduces the field of sexuality studies to undergraduate students. Examining the social, cultural, and historical dimensions of sexuality, this collection is designed to serve as a comprehensive yet accessible textbook for sexuality courses at the undergraduate level. The fourth edition adds 51 new essays whilst retaining 33 of the most popular essays from previous editions. It features perspectives that are intersectional, transnational, sex positive, and attentive to historically marginalized groups along multiple axes of inequality, including gender, race, class, ability, body size, religious identity, age, and, of course, sexuality. Essays explore how a wide variety of social institutions, including medicine, religion, the state, and education, shape sexual desires, behaviors, and identities. Sources of, and empirical research on, oppression are discussed, along with modes of resistance, activism, and policy change. The fourth edition also adds new user-friendly features for students and instructors. Keywords are italicized and defined, and each chapter concludes with review questions to help students ascertain their comprehension of key points. There is also an online annotated table of contents to help readers identify key ideas and concepts at a glance for each chapter.

The Roman Gaze

Vision, Power, and the Body

Author: David Fredrick

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 370

View: 736

Sharrock.--William C. Fitzgerald, University of California, Berkeley "American Historical Review"

The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis

Author: Otto Fenichel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 744

View: 442

The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis, Fenichel's classic text, summarized the first half century of psychoanalytic investigation into psychopathology and presented a general psychoanalytic theory of neurosis. When Otto Fenichel died, Anna Freud mourned the loss of 'his inexhaustible knowledge of psychoanalysis and his inimitable way of organizing and presenting his facts'. These qualities shine through The Psychoanalytic Theory of Neurosis which has been a standard reference for generations of psychoanalysts. For this anniversary edition, Leo Rangell has written an introduction that sets Fenichel's work in context. He sees Fenichel as a worthy heir to Freud; both men influenced their followers by what Rangell calls 'the charisma of ideas'. In his epilogue, Rangell describes the fate of Fenichel's ideas and of this book as 'a barometer of the place of psychoanalysis ... within the external intellectual world and, even more significantly, of the trends and shifting winds of opinion within the psychoanalytic field itself'. He traces those trends through the turbulent controversies of the field, concluding that Fenichel's observations are as fresh and relevant today as they were fifty years ago.