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Oscar Wilde
“The fact is, that the public have an insatiable curiosity to know everything, except what is worth knowing. ”
Oscar Wilde, The Soul of Man under Socialism

Kyra Cornelius Kramer
“There is a persistent myth that women, but not men, must be in an emotionally fulfilling relationship in order to enjoy sex. No matter how frequently it is scientifically disproved, this idea that women and men are inherently different in regards to sex and love, with its attendant belief that women are “naturally monogamous”, continually rises from its grave, like a zombie, and staggers across the landscape of the popular media (Daniluk, 2003:213-215; Bay-Cheng, 2006:209).”
Kyra Cornelius Kramer, Blood Will Tell: A Medical Explanation of the Tyranny of Henry VIII

S.J. Scott
“It’s been said that the average person’s short-term memory can only retain seven chunks of information. So the theory behind cognitive load is that since you can only retain a small amount of information, you have to rely on long-term memory, habits and established processes to do basically everything in life.”
S.J. Scott, Habit Stacking: 97 Small Life Changes That Take Five Minutes or Less

Kyra Cornelius Kramer
“women are socially constructed as sexually disinterested and biologically driven to be chaste, any woman who does not conform to these ideologies is, by cultural definition, “abnormal”.  Even in modern times, these abnormal women are often punished for their deviant sexuality, usually with name calling and forms of social ostracization.”
Kyra Cornelius Kramer, Blood Will Tell: A Medical Explanation of the Tyranny of Henry VIII

Kyra Cornelius Kramer
“Quickening was crucial, because most people believed that the fetus did not receive a soul until the time when it could be felt moving (Hull, 1996:105). This understanding of ensoulment didn't change until the nineteenth century, when Pope Pius IX decided that souls entered the embryo at conception (Simon, 1998:2).”
Kyra Cornelius Kramer, Blood Will Tell: A Medical Explanation of the Tyranny of Henry VIII

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