Sarasota, FL, June 30, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Author and veteran primary care physician Andrew Haywein announced today the release of The Evolution of Human Sexual Privacy, An Objective Study of a Subjective Realm, published by Outskirts Press. In this unique new study, Haywein shows how privacy has proven to be focal to human reproductive development. By answering fundamental questions on human sexuality with this new knowledge in mind, he helps to clarify what otherwise has been an endlessly complex subject.
Few basic biological functions are more important to both the individual and the species than successful reproduction, yet despite the plethora of information available today about human sexuality, most people still have many basic questions about it unanswered. Based on his innovative research, Haywein provides new answers to many fundamental questions, including:
Why do women respond more slowly than men in arousal?
What is the significance of the human orgasm?
Why does sexual experience so often fail to lead to a lasting relationship?
When is the most vulnerable time for a new relationship?
By including an understanding of the emotional aspects of sexual relationships and a sense of gender-related interpersonal dynamics, the author is able to answer these and many other previously unanswered questions. He further enhances the reader’s understanding of human sexuality by his inclusion of the exact reproductive turning point that occurred with the advent of sexual privacy, with its strengthening of male-female bonding and the reinforcement of family development that followed because of it.
Haywein’s highly readable work is a wide ranging and penetrating study that offers a fascinating profile of the development of human reproductive nature and sexuality, with its inclination toward committed relationships and toward a biological investment in each generation’s young.
The Evolution of Human Sexual Privacy is available on-line in paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore for a maximum trade discount in quantities of ten or more.
Format: 6 x 9 hardback with jacket ISBN: 978-1-4327-7372-4 SRP: $33.95
OP e-Book $ 5.00
NOOK $ 4.95
Genre: Science/life sciences/evolution
About the author:
Andrew Haywein was a practicing primary care physician for over fifty years. He maintains an enduring interest in human pre-history as a foundation of medical knowledge and of human personality. He enjoys living on the Gulf coast of Florida.
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