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1 Sexual desires

2 Violent and non-violent crime

3 The benefits of religious men

4 Dynamic justice

5 The anti-religious effect of drugs

6 Colonialism

7 The philosophical relevance of sexual enhancement

8 Why young adults can favor anti-sexual religions

9 Negative feedback

10 The trickery of economic aid

References:

1 Elizabeth G. Pillswortha, Martie G. Haseltonab & David M. Buss, Ovulatory Shifts in Female Sexual Desire, Journal of Sex Research Volume 41, Issue 1, 2004 pages 55-65

2 Lisa M. Diamond, Emerging Perspectives on Distinctions Between Romantic Love and Sexual Desire, Current Directions in Psychological Science June 2004 vol. 13 no. 3 116-119

3 Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair, David Schmitt, Ylva L. Fjeldavli, Siri K. Harlem, Sex Differences in Sexual Desires and Attitudes in Norwegian Samples,An International Journal on Persona Relationships Vol 3 (2009)

4 Helen Singer Kaplan, Hypoactive sexual desire , Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy Volume 3, Issue 1, 1977 pages 3-9

5 Nancy Wadsworth Denney Ph.D., Jeffrey K. Field, David Quadagno Ph.D., Sex differences in sexual needs and desires , Archives of Sexual Behavior June 1984, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp 233-245

6 J. Gayle Beck Ph.D.a, Alan W. Bozman M.A, The experience of sexual desire: Psychological correlates in a college sample , Journal of Sex Research Volume 28, Issue 3, 1991 pages 443-456