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Cultural Nature of Parent-Offspring Differentiation during Pregnancy
Cultural nature of parent-offspring differentiation during pregnancy

It is obvious that becoming pregnant is a result of sexual intercourse (or at least of some manipulation in a test tube). Sex is of interest to males and females of many species, including humans. Yet, contrary to claims by people from the ambience of Freud's couch in affluent Viennese environments -sexuality is not the only, nor even the major, domain of human activities that are culturally regulated for the purposes of societal control over human conduct. Food-related activities are as important (or possibly even more so: as will be seen below, human sexual functions can be subsumed under nutritional ones, but it is unlikely that the reverse is true), and power ...

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