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History 454
Primary Document Analysis#2
Effects of Castration on Men and Women
David 0. Cauldwell

Wayne Nordentoft
Student#063020327
July 2, 2015

2 copies of Sexology were widely read in the U.S.A. 7 In particular, the Haldeman-Julius
Big and Little Blue Books were widely available and inexpensive, and many of them
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were virtual best sellers, not officially, but in terms of numbers sold. The owners of
Haldeman-Julius Publications, Emanuel Haldeman and his wife, Marcet, were both atheists and socialists whose aim was to educate working people, and they were strongly against censorship.

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Cauldwell wrote extensively on sexual behavior, especially "deviant" sexual behavior, and specialized in writing about transvestism, transsexuality, and hermaphroditism. 1 ° Cauldwell's first Haldeman-Julius booklet was written in 1947 on transvestism. It was entitled Strange Stories, Weird Confessions, Historical Data and
Scientific Explanations of Transvestism and this title precisely summarizes its contents.
He repeated this formula in his later booklets, which consisted mainly of letters sent to him by his Sexology readers, historical examples interspersed with descriptions of the medical and scientific knowledge of the period, and his own advice and comments. 11
This formula is very much in evidence in Cauldwell's Effects of Castration on Men and
Women. Cauldwell rarely referred to specific medical or scientific writers in his publications, although he was very well read on sexological literature.
Cauldwell stated that he wrote to fight ignorance and intolerance and his approach was mainly tolerant. He was sympathetic towards the homosexual nurses he worked with after his graduation and he stated that his attitude toward homosexuals

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was an open one. 12 He often…...

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