Masters And Johnson: Researchers Discuss Sex Technique Books Sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson discuss their issues with "how-to" or "sex technique" books. The researchers emphasize the importance of self-expression over goal-oriented sex.
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Why Masters And Johnson Object To Goal-Oriented Sex

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Why Masters And Johnson Object To Goal-Oriented Sex

Why Masters And Johnson Object To Goal-Oriented Sex

Why Masters And Johnson Object To Goal-Oriented Sex

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Sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson discuss their issues with "how-to" or "sex technique" books. The researchers emphasize the importance of self-expression over goal-oriented sex.

The fourth interview from a five-part series by NPR's Susan Stamberg.

This story originally aired on All Things Considered on February 6, 1975.

The digital preservation of this audio has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.