Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"The idea, naive though it might seem, that honest accounts by ordinary persons of their ideas and feelings about sex might contribute to discovering 'the truth' about the subject....represented a democratisation of knowledge, and a move away from religious or medical prescription."

R.PORTER & L.HALL, 1995, The Facts of Life: the Creation of Sexual Knowledge in Britain, 1650-1950. Yale University Press.

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