Sexuality, Aggression And Intimacy: The Perfect Orgasm. (See My Website For Info About Me: Www.Irving Itchy Bronsky.Com )

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INTIMACY/SEX AND AGGRESSION -OR- THE PERFECT ORGASM.

by Irving Bronsky M.D.

Boff Brugelbagel: medical doctor, psychiatrist, sexologist. Professor Brugelbagel is the world's leading expert on
emotional and sexual problems.

Boff is a six foot two inches tall, two hundred and twenty pounds. He is bald, wears thick-lensed, horn-rimmed,
glasses. His piercing eyes are hazel, but almost no one has ever seen him without his glasses. He wears them when he
showers and takes them off only to sleep. His nose is straight, his lips full; his mustache and beard not always trimmed.
His clothes are rumpled, usually looking like he slept in them. Occasionally, he has.

He is full of energy, his concentration is total; he is tolerant and understanding. He speaks to patients and staff gently and firmly, creating an atmosphere of INTIMACY. Unintended. But there.
He is the professor of Psychiatry and Sexology at the best medical school and hospital in the United States. He has the world's greatest collection of sex material: The biggest library, the most paintings, photographs, movies, sculptures,
videotapes, and instruments used in all kinds of human sexual functioning. Normal and abnormal. It is all archived In the basement of his home.

He lost his parents at a very early age; he was adopted by a childless couple that were strict, religious, and aggressive about any kind of sex. He taught himself to read when he was five years old. As he got older he began to read about LOVE, INTIMACY and sex.. Secretly. He looked for books about the mind, how it works, how and why people become sick, how they are cured. He never told his adopted parents about his interest in the mind, LOVE, INTIMACY and sex. They were always telling him to stay away from dirty things like that. When he was a teenager he made a mistake. His parents allowed him to go to a movie they thought was safe. It wasn't. There were some heavy sex scenes in it. Boff came home very excited, sexually stimulated, and confused. He told his parents how he felt. His stepmother told her husband to beat him.

He did.

He had a lonely childhood and adolescence with isolated experiences of INTIMACY. He had a friend for a year, when
he was twelve years old; then the friend moved away. He had several teachers who loved him. In his shy way, he
responded. Only a little. His stepmother showed him warmth and caring, on special occasions. On freezing, stormy, dark winter mornings, before he went to school, she made him a treat: hot cocoa made entirely with milk. Then she streaked instant coffee across the foamy top. She filled the cup, brimmingly, served it was a smile. A small one.

Sexual experiences? He had none. He learned everything he knew about sex from books, courses and casual talk in high school. He had no hand-on experience with sex even though today is the professor of sexology and psychiatry in the U.S. He is absent-minded about personal things but totally organized in...

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