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The Karezza Method
by J. William Lloyd

"The Karezza Method published in 1931, is a beautiful, inspiring manual about the practice of Karezza (controlled intercourse) by J. William Lloyd. Thoughtfully written and based on actual experience, it brims with practical information.

The author of The Karezza Method was apparently the same J. ...
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The Karezza Method

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Overview

The Karezza Method
by J. William Lloyd

"The Karezza Method published in 1931, is a beautiful, inspiring manual about the practice of Karezza (controlled intercourse) by J. William Lloyd. Thoughtfully written and based on actual experience, it brims with practical information.

The author of The Karezza Method was apparently the same J. William Lloyd who was known as the "drugless physician." He was a poet, anarchist, writer, doctor, and editor of the Free Comrade. Lloyd (1857-1940) authored various unpublished writings, copies of which are housed in a special collection at the University of Michigan. These include Woman and the Larger Love (1933); A Brief Definition of the Larger Love (1929); and New Ideals in Love (1926), a lecture delivered before the Workers' Forum of Los Angeles, California."

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012584519
  • Publisher: Apps Publisher
  • Publication date: 5/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 219 KB

Meet the Author

"John William Lloyd (J. William Lloyd) (June 4, 1857 - 1940) was an American individualist anarchist. Lloyd was born in New Jersey, and later moved to Grahamville, Florida. He based his individualist anarchism upon natural law, rather than on egoism as Benjamin Tucker did; this was a source of conflict amidst otherwise friendly relations between Tucker and himself. Lloyd later modified his position to minarchism."
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