Sex World Records is similar to Guinness World Records except it is only about sex. The book includes info about the world's biggest orgy, the world's longest penis, the world's biggest breasts, the world's most unusual sex positions, photos, cartoons & much more.
Sex World Records is similar to Guinness World Records except it is only about sex. This book includes info about the world's largest orgy, the world's longest penis, the world's biggest breasts, the world's most unusual sex positions, the world's longest clitoris, and much more. This is the book that was recently featured on the reality TV show X-Ray-Ted.
Publisher: University of Queensland Press(Australia)
Women in sport - Sport and its requirements - Biological requirements - Psychological requirements - Social and cultural requirements.; Biology of sex and sex differences - Track and field athletics - Swimming - Cycling - Skating - Rowing and canoeing - Skiing.__________________
In 1968, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) implemented sex testing for female athletes at that year's Games. When it became clear that testing regimes failed to delineate a sex divide, the IOC began to test for gender --a shift that allowed the organization to control the very idea of womanhood. Lindsay Parks Pieper explores sex testing in sport from the 1930s to the early 2000s. Focusing on assumptions and goals as well as means, Pieper examines how the IOC in particular insisted on a misguided binary notion of gender that privileged Western norms. Testing evolved into a tool to identify--and eliminate--athletes the IOC deemed too strong, too fast, or too successful. Pieper shows how this system punished gifted women while hindering the development of women's athletics for decades. She also reveals how the flawed notions behind testing--ideas often sexist, racist, or ridiculous--degraded the very idea of female athleticism.