This book provides a critical understanding of the historical differentiation of women from men. It recounts the process whereby the distinction between male and female is created, adapted, and repeatedly recreated over the course of history. The book makes strategic and selective use of the evidence available in order to solve some specific mysteries of sex and mystifications of sex differentiation, past and present.
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