Harvard Book Store is pleased to welcome award-winning author and investigative journalist THOMAS MAIER for a discussion of his new biography of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, Masters of Sex.
DATE: Friday, May 15th
TIME: 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Harvard Book Store
1256 Massachusetts Avenue
TICKETS: This event is free; no tickets are required
Monday, May 4, 2009
The controversy surrounding Masters and Johnson's theory of "gay conversion" is discussed at the book launch for "Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, The Couple Who Taught America How To Love," by Thomas Maier (Basic Books), which took place April 27, 2009 at the New York Academy of Medicine. In the biography, Maier raises strong doubts that many so-called conversion cases -- claiming to change patients from homosexuality to heterosexuality -- were embellished and fabricated. During this panel discussion, moderator Laurie Garrett questions Maier and panelist Dr. Robert C. Kolodny, former associate director of the Masters and Johnson Institute, about concerns these "gay conversion" were made up, and about the consequences of this theory. They are joined on the panel by writer Gay Talese (his comments that evening can be seen on other video related to this one.)
Preface to ALL THAT GLITTERS : The Big Party Big hair, big egos, big dreams. All the ambition and over-the-top stylings of ...
What Nucky Thompson of Boardwalk Empire Didn’t Know About Joe Kennedy Before He Died. The Secret Boozy Deals of A Kennedy, A Churchill and A Roosevelt. Now in Time MagazineThe Secret Boozy Deals of A Kennedy, A Churchill and A Roosevelt. Now in Time Magazine : The Real-Life Story Is Revealed in A New Book, “ ...
Kick Kennedy & Pam Churchill : A Fateful, Dynastic Friendship Between Two Daughters of the Two Famous FamiliesKathleen “Kick” Kennedy, the favorite sister of future U.S. president John F. Kennedy, and Pamela Churchill, the daughter-in-law of British...
“The Scent of Love” by Thomas Maier Excerpted from “Masters of Sex” If birds and bees do it, then surely human b...