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By (author) Mary Jean Wallace Paxton. Format Book 290 pages. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Dimensions 18. 2 x 23. 6 x 2. 4mm 68. 9g. Publication date 01 Oct 1981.
Mary Jean Wallace Paxton, American science educator. Paxton, Mary Jean Wallace was born on November 10, 1930 in Gary, Indiana, United States. The Female Body in Control. Fellow cooperative graduate fellow, National Science Foundation, 1962. Daughter of John James Wallace and Ruth Isobel Johnson. Bachelor of Science, St. Mary's College, 1957. Biological and medical aspects of contraception. The Female Body in Control by Mary Jean Wallace Paxton (1981-10-01) Paperback. Endocrinology Biological and Medical Perspectives.
ISBN13:9780133140965. Release Date:October 1981.
Jean Wallace (born Jean Walasek or Wallasek, October 12, 1923 – February 14, 1990) was an American television and film actress. Wallace was born in Chicago to John T. Walaszek and Mary A. Walaszek (née Sharkey), Her grandfather Karol Walaszek, immigrated from Galicia. She was Polish American. Wallace was a graduate of Austin High School in Chicago. In 1940, the family moved to Hollywood. Would you like to see only ebooks? The female body in control.
The Wallace Collection - Hertford House, Manchester Square, W1U3 London, United Kingdom - Rated . based on. .Merry Christmas from all of us here at the Wallace Collection! This painting, titled The Adoration of the Shepherds, is by the Spanish painter Bartolomé-Esteban Murillo
Merry Christmas from all of us here at the Wallace Collection! This painting, titled The Adoration of the Shepherds, is by the Spanish painter Bartolomé-Esteban Murillo. Dated c. 1665 - c. 1670, the work shows Mary presenting the infant Christ, allowing the shepherds to be the first to recognise the Son of God. They bring doves, the traditional offering for purification after birth, and a bound lamb.
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Female bodies as sexual and reproductive are subject to much scrutiny in Western societies and the church. Mysteriously missing from discourses related to such scrutiny is the reality of menstruation and its place in theology and females’ lives. From within a feminist theological perspective, this article aims to recover menstruation and menstrual awareness, and to advocate for the positive possibilities of widespread recognition and acceptance of, and engagement with, these realities to advance female presence in sexual theology and related discourses.