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Introduction
The Feminine Mind-1
The War Between the Sexes-2.1
The War Between the Sexes-2.2
The War Between the Sexes-2.3
Marriage-3.1
Marriage-3.2
Marriage-3.3
Marriage-3.4
Woman Suffrage-4.1
Woman Suffrage-4.2
Woman Suffrage-4.3
Woman Suffrage-4.4
The New Age-5.1
The New Age-5.2
The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana. INTRODUCTION
THE VATSYAYANA SUTRA-1-2
THE VATSYAYANA SUTRA-3-4-5
OF SEXUAL UNION-1-2
OF SEXUAL UNION-3-4-5
OF SEXUAL UNION-6-7-8
OF SEXUAL UNION-10-11
ABOUT THE ACQUISITION OF A WIFE-1-2
ABOUT THE ACQUISITION OF A WIFE-3-4-5
ABOUT A WIFE-1-2
ABOUT THE WIVES OF OTHER MEN-1-2
ABOUT THE WIVES OF OTHER MEN-3-4
ABOUT THE WIVES OF OTHER MEN-5-6
ABOUT COURTESANS-1-2
ABOUT COURTESANS-3-4
ABOUT COURTESANS-5-6
ABOUT THE MEANS OF ATTRACTING OTHERS TO YOURSELF-1-2
CONCLUDING REMARKS

newly burst. She walks with swan-like gait, and her voice is low and 

musical as the note of the Kokila bird, she delights in white raiments, 

in fine jewels, and in rich dresses. She eats little, sleeps lightly, 

and being as respectful and religious as she is clever and courteous, 

she is ever anxious to worship the gods, and to enjoy the conversation 

of Brahmans. Such, then, is the Padmini or Lotus woman. 

 

Detailed descriptions then follow of the Chitrini or Art woman; the 

Shankhini or Conch woman, and the Hastini or Elephant woman, their days 

of enjoyment, their various seats of passion, the manner in which they 

should be manipulated and treated in sexual intercourse, along with the 

characteristics of the men and women of the various countries in 

Hindostan. The details are so numerous, and the subjects so seriously 

dealt with, and at such length, that neither time nor space will permit 

of their being given here. 

 

One work in the English language is somewhat similar to these works of 

the Hindoos. It is called 'Kalogynomia: or the Laws of Female Beauty,' 

being the elementary principles of that science, by T. Bell, M.D., with 

twenty-four plates, and printed in London in 1821. It treats of Beauty, 

of Love, of Sexual Intercourse, of the Laws regulating that Intercourse, 

of Monogamy and Polygamy, of Prostitution, of Infidelity, ending with a 

_catalogue raisonnee_ of the defects of female beauty. 

 

Other works in English also enter into great details of private and 

domestic life. 'The Elements of Social Science, or Physical, Sexual and 

Natural Religion,' by a Doctor of Medicine, London, 1880, and 'Every 

Woman's Book,' by Dr. Waters, 1826. To persons interested in the above 

subjects these works will be found to contain such details as have been 

seldom before published, and which ought to be thoroughly understood by 

all philanthropists and benefactors of society. 

 

After a perusal of the Hindoo work, and of the English books above 

mentioned, the reader will understand the subject, at all events from a 

materialistic, realistic and practical point of view. If all science is 

founded more or less on a stratum of facts, there can be no harm in 

making known to mankind generally certain matters intimately connected 

with their private, domestic, and social life. 

 

Alas! complete ignorance of them has unfortunately wrecked many a man 

and many a woman, while a little knowledge of a subject generally 

ignored by the masses would have enabled numbers of people to have 


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