Jean-Philippe Brénot : "birds in the sun" original version from 1991 (live).
The author, Philippe Brenot, is a psychiatrist who has published works on male sexual violence, fantasy, and masturbation, so the text does come with a certain academic cachet – sweetened here by the simple, playful illustrations of Laetitia Coryn, an artist kno Very odd, very French project to summarise the social and cultural history of human sexuality in the form of a comic strip. In some other cultures, perhaps, the absence of such a thing might not have been seen as a big gap in the market. Otherwise, Brenot only examines sex in the Western world, which is fine, but also a bit disappointing. Also, despite this relatively narrow scope, it also felt like Brenot tried to cram too much information into too-short a page count.
Jean-Philippe Lauer (May 7, 1902 – May 15, 2001), was a French architect and Egyptologist. He was considered to be the foremost expert on pyramid construction techniques and methods. He was born in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France to a wealthy family of Alsacian origins. He studied architecture, but his cousin Jacques Hardy, an architect working in Egypt, advised him to come to Egypt due to the poor prospects for young architects in post World-War France.
Jacques Berland Thierry Lefèvre Philippe Brenot Jean Fajadet Pascal Motreff Patrice Guerin Patrick Dupouy Christian Schandrin. EuroIntervention 2015 Dec;11(8):868-76. Clinique Saint-Hilaire, Rouen, France. Authors: Dominique Fabre Elie Fadel Philippe Brenot Sarah Hamdi Abel Gomez Caro Sacha Mussot Jean-Pierre Becquemin Claude Angel. J Vasc Surg 2015 Jul 1;62(1):1-7.
Philippe Brenot is a psychiatrist and director of sexology at Paris Descartes University. He is the author, with Laetitia Coryn, of The Story of Sex. October 2016. How did evolution change our sexual organs? It's time to learn the history of sex. Porn images are everywhere but we need better ways to teach children about love, intimacy and yes, masturbation. Published: 25 Oct 2016.
The French Best-seller. undoubtedly a lovely Christmas gift for anyone with a keen interest in when and how the first vibrator was invented' - Telegraph We've come a long way from wrapping Lady Chatterley's Lover in brown paper' - London Evening Standard. Warm, humane, inclusive, open-minded' - The Times. In The Story of Sex, we discover the truth, including: what eroticism really is, when the first couple was established, what phallic festivals were all about, when chastity belts were used and how some ancient civilisations were far ahead of their time when it came to gender equality.
Jean-Philippe Rameau (25 September 1683 - 12 September 1764) was one of the most important French composers and music theorists of the Baroque era. He replaced Jean-Baptiste Lully as the dominant composer of French opera, and was attacked by those who preferred Lully's style. Rameau’s music is characterised by the exceptional technical knowledge of a composer who wanted above all to be renowned as a theorist of the art. Nevertheless it is not solely addressed to the intelligence and Rameau himself claimed I try to conceal art with art.
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