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GENERAL PREFACE
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-1.1
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-1.2
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-1.3
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-1.4
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-1.5
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-1.6
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-2.1
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-2.2
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-2.3
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-2.4
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-2.5
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-3
THE EVOLUTION OF MODESTY-4
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-1.1
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-1.2
FOOTNOTES
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-2.1
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-2.2
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-2.3
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-3.1
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-3.2
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-3.3
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-3.4
THE PHENOMENA OF SEXUAL PERIODICITY-3.5
FOOTNOTES
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-1.1
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-1.2
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-1.3
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-1.4
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-1.5
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-1.6
FOOTNOTES
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-2.1
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-2.2
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-2.3
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-2.4
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-3.1
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-3.2
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-3.3
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-3.4
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-3.5
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-3.6
AUTO-EROTISM: A STUDY OF THE SPONTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF THE SEXUAL IMPULSE-3.7
FOOTNOTES
APPENDIX A-1.1
APPENDIX A-1.2
APPENDIX B-1.1
APPENDIX B-1.2
APPENDIX C-1.1
APPENDIX C-1.2
INDEX OF AUTHORS

the males of the domestic Cat, or the Ferret, all of which seem to be 

capable of copulation at any time of the year. On the other hand, the 

males of Seals appear to have a rutting season at the same time as the 

sexual season of the female." (Marshall and Jolly, "Contributions to the 

Physiology of Mammalian Reproduction," _Philosophical Transactions_, 1905, 

B. 198.) 

 

[88] A. Wiltshire, _British Medical Journal_, March, 1883. The best 

account of heat known to me is contained in Ellenberger's _Vergleichende 

Physiologie der Haussauegethiere_, 1892, Band 4, Theil 2, pp. 276-284. 

 

[89] Schurig (_Parthenologia_, 1729, p. 125), gives numerous references 

and quotations. 

 

[90] Quoted by Icard, _La Femme_, etc., p. 63. 

 

[91] Bland Sutton, _Surgical Diseases of the Ovaries_, and _British 

Gynecological Journal_, vol. ii. 

 

[92] W. Heape, "The Menstruation of _Semnopithecus Entellus_," 

_Philosophical Transactions_, 1894; "Menstruation and Ovulation of 

_Macacus Rhesus_," _Philosophical Transactions_, 1897. 

 

[93] W.L. Distant, "Notes on the Chacma Baboon," _Zooelogist_, January, 

1897, p, 29. 

 

[94] _Nature_, March 23, 1899. 

 

[95] W. Heape, "The Menstruation of _Semnopithecus Entellus_," 

_Philosophical Transactions_, 1894, p. 483; Bland Sutton, _Surgical 

Diseases of the Ovaries_, 1896. 

 

[96] T. Bryce and J. Teacher (_Contributions to the Study of the Early 

Development of the Human Ovum_, 1908), putting the matter somewhat 

differently, regard menstruation as a cyclical process, providing for the 

maintenance of the endometrium in a suitable condition of immaturity for 

the production of the decidua of pregnancy, which they believe may take 

place at any time of the month, though most favorably shortly before or 

after a menstrual period which has been accompanied by ovulation. 

 

[97] Robinson, _American Gynecological and Obstetrical Journal_, August, 

1905. 

 

[98] Bossi, _Annali di Ostetrica e Ginecologia_, September, 1896; 

summarized in the _British Medical Journal_, October 31, 1896. As regards 

the more normal influence of the ovaries over the uterus, see e.g. 

Carmichael and F.H.A. Marshall, "Correlation of the Ovarian and Uterine 

Functions," _Proceedings Royal Society_, vol. 79, Series B, 1907. 

 

[99] Beuttner, _Centralblatt fuer Gynaekologie_, No. 49, 1893; summarized in 

_British Medical Journal_, December, 1893. Many cases show that pregnancy 

may occur in the absence of menstruation. See, e.g., _Nouvelles Archives 

d'Obstetrique et de Gynecologie_, 25 Janvier, 1894, supplement, p. 9. 

 

[100] It is still possible, and even probable, that the primordial cause 

of both phenomena is the same. Heape (_Transactions Obstetrical Society of 

London_, 1898, vol. xl, p. 161) argues that both menstruation and 

ovulation are closely connected with and influenced by congestion, and 

that in the primitive condition they are largely due to the same cause. 

This primary cause he is inclined to regard as a ferment, due to a change 

in the constitution of the blood brought about by climatic influences and 

food, which he proposes to call gonadin. (W. Heape, _Proceedings of Royal 

Society_, 1905, vol. B. 76, p. 266.) Marshall, who has found that in the 

ferret and other animals, ovulation may be dependent upon copulation, also 

considers that ovulation and menstruation, though connected and able to 

react on each other, may both be dependent upon a common cause; he finds 


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