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1. Theory of Machismo.
2. Methodology.
3. The Place of the Mushroom Dwellings.
4. The Rolling Bubble of Glass and Steel.
5. The Long Wait from Dawn to Dusk.
6. Sexual Discourses.
7. Sexual Culture and Truckers.
8. Bullying, or the Cult of Size.
9. Hypersexuality.
10. Obscenity and Intoxication.
11. Venereal Diseases and Condoms.
12. Prostitutes.
13. Prostitutes or Feminists?.
14. Homosexual Relations.
Epilogue

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