The Medical Herald, Volumen6

J.C. Ketcheson, 1873

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Página 40 - ... effects of education ; or that, by putting a girl to the same education as a boy, the female generative organs might be transformed into male organs. The physical and mental differences between the sexes intimate themselves very early in life, and declare themselves most distinctly at puberty : they are connected with the influence of the organs of generation.

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