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In their 1965 summary of American sexological research, Phyllis & Eberhard
Kronhausen suggested that the most significant development in sexology of
the human female had been the invention of motion picture technology, which
allowed the "surface changes" of the female body to be recorded in colour,
replayed many times, and replayed in slow motion.  Quite apart from the
fact that this is a moment when sexology and pornography seem to have some
of the same objectives in mind, I was wondering if anyone knows whether
this footage survived, and is it archived anywhere?  The Kronhausens
mention one study involving 100 women, but otherwise give no details.
 
Thanks
 
Kate Bowles
Screen Studies
University of Wollongon
 
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