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Identifier: b20442221
Title: Sex [electronic resource]
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Geddes, Patrick, Sir, 1854-1932.
Subjects: Sex
Publisher: New York : H. Holt and company London : Williams and Norgate
Contributing Library: Wellcome Library
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males, by vibrating their body andwings. The reaction on the females partbegins when the male flies past overhead orsettles down close by; it stops when the soundstops. It seems difficult to avoid the con-clusion that the female hears the males love-signal. It seems likely that sight plays ar61e on his part, and that the tremulous,vibrating movements of the female attracthis attention. We cannot say more in regard to thisfascinating subject of animal courtship. Ina great variety of ways, male animals seem to THE CYCLE OF SEX 129 express their emotions in the presence orproximity of their desired mates. Manymale spiders have a characteristic love dance,in which they circle round and round theshort-sighted females, as if they were showingoff their agility and beauty. Many birds,such as the Argus pheasant and the peacock,make elaborate displays, bending and bowing,strutting and saluting, in a manner thatbeggars description. Finest and most familiaris the musical appeal of many birds. Wc

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Fig. 19.—Two male spiders. A, Astia vittata posingMbeforethe female. B, Icius mitratus dancing before the female.(After the Peckhams.) must not read too much into them, for thesuitors are as it were sex-intoxicated, express-ing their ardour instinctively and with aban-don, rather than with deliberation or strategy.But we must not think of them too cheaply,or surrender them too readily to the physio-logist to whom love is a mere label for thealterations of metabolism that follow fromthe brain being eroticised by hormones.Falling in Love.—Coming now to humani 130 SEX affairs, there is a sense in which falling inlove may be termed instinctive, if we takeinstinct to mean a reaching-out of the wholeorganism—impulsively rather than deliber-ately, synthetically rather than analytically,intuitively rather than rationally. We arenot referring to a passing fancy for a prettyface, nor to a sudden impulse of the flesh,but to something much more wonderful—which is probably the highest expr

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Image from page 208 of “Les jeux du cirque et la vie foraine. Illus. de Jules Garnier” (1889)
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Title: Les jeux du cirque et la vie foraine. Illus. de Jules Garnier
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Le Roux, Hugues, 1860-1925 Garnier, Jules Arsene, 1847-1889
Subjects: Fairs Acrobats and acrobatism
Publisher: Paris E. Plon, Nourrit
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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ticulières, telles que la passe ventre, qui sexé-cute en sélançant par-dessus le trapèze. Mais le mieux placé deces exercices dans lestime du public, cest encore la simple traver-sée dun trapèze à lautre avec quelquesmètres de vol planant. Et cet engouementsexplique, car cest sans doute en cette cir-constance que nous est fournie la plus ma-gnifique occasion dadmirer, comme enapothéose, la beauté du corps humain.Cest pourquoi lidée est vite venue defaire monter des jeunes filles sur le tra-pèze volant. Avec la femme , la passion et le crimese sont montrés dans ces demeures sereinesde lair, qui, comme la république desoiseaux aristophanesques, semblaient ina-bordables à la perversité humaine. Vous connaissez tous langoisse qui serreles poitrines dans la voltige eu porteurs,quand lune des gracieuses misses se sus-pend par les pieds à son trapèze, fait tairela musique et, dans le silence subit, crie àsa compagne : — Areyoureadyf La plus jeune des deux acrobates est

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194 Les Jeux du Cirque. remontée sur sa selle; lœil et le jarret tendus, elle guette le tra-pèze qui savance vers elle en ondes de balancements rythmées,chaque fois plus voisines. Tout à coup, un mot est prononcé : — Go/ Le jeune corps, lancé par le trapèze comme une fronde, traverse

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