Abstract

In 1915, Dr. George E. Cragin delivered a candid (and heretofore unpublished) lecture to the Oneida Medical Club on male continence, or coitus reservatus, a practice supporting the Oneida Community’s concept of complex marriage, or free love. A portion of a published article to which Cragin alludes, containing an account by one disaffected woman member, is offered in counterpoint.

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