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To whatever extent masturbation may have been developed by theconditions of European life, which carry to the utmost extreme theconcomitant stimulation, and repression of the sexual emotions, it is farfrom being, as Mantegazza has declared it to be, one of the moralcharacteristics of Europeans.184 It is found among the people of nearlyevery race of which we have any intimate knowledge, however natural theconditions under which men and women may live.185 Thus, among the NamaHottentots, among the young women at all events, Gustav Fritsch found thatmasturbation is so common that it is regarded as a custom of the country;no secret is made of it, and in the stories and legends of the race it istreated as one of the most ordinary facts of life.

He found that he was potent, and begot several children, but he also found, to his disappointment, that the tyranny of the male genital organs on his fancy increased.

It seems to me that this is at present the most satisfactory way in whichwe can attempt to define the sexual impulse.

Her attention was pulled from the pair when dinner was served and so she focused on making conversation with the people around her though with every party popper that sent streamers into the air and every burst of raucous laughter she couldn’t help but glance over again.

And yet,It is impossible to conjecture in what an exchange of confidences mayterminate: it may be a kiss, or it may be a quarrel.

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Certainly, writes oneof the lady collaborators, the first sensual manifestations develop ingirls with physical excitement pure and simple, but (at all events, Iwould wish to believe it) the majority of college-girls find sufficientsatisfaction in being as near as possible to the beloved person (ofwhichever sex), in mutual admiration and in kissing, or, very frequently,in conversation that is by no means moral, though usually verymetaphorical.

67 I am acquainted with the case of a shy man, writes Dr. HarryCampbell, in his interesting study of Morbid Shyness (British MedicalJournal, September 26, 1896), who will make himself quite at home in thehouse of a blind person, and help himself to wine with the utmostconfidence, whereas if a member of the family, who can see, comes into theroom, all his old shyness returns, and he wishes himself far away. They are everywhere now. Four of these cases are married, butmartial relationships usually ceased after a few years.