Dickinson’s representations of sexual encounters show the possibilities of gathering sex research data with live couples
Author: Donna Drucker
Increasing interest in gender- and sex-related content at the Society for the History of Technology meeting.
The late 1970s and early 1980s was the historical peak of interest in the cervical cap in the United States.
Donna Drucker Purdue University in northern Indiana, like most American colleges and universities, experienced dramatic social and cultural changes in the 1960s and 1970s. The Dean of Women’s Office—which oversaw the affairs of female students until it merged with the Dean of Men’s Office to form the Dean of Students […]
Donna J. Drucker Astrological birth control was an outgrowth of increasing interests in the late 1960s and early 1970s in horoscopes and astrology, self-advocacy and self-knowledge in the women’s health movement, and in the management of reproduction without artificial means. Pope Paul VI declared in the 1968 encyclical Humane Vitae […]
Note: Spoilers for seasons one and two of Masters of Sex are below. Donna J. Drucker The Showtime television program Masters of Sex focuses on the real-life American sex researchers William H. Masters (1915–2001) and Virginia E. Johnson (1925–2013). Masters and Johnson are best known for their first two book-length sex research […]