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Male Delivery: Reproduction, Effeminacy, and Pregnant Men in Early Modern Spain

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Male Delivery: Reproduction, Effeminacy, and Pregnant Men in Early Modern Spain


Because male pregnancy isn’t noteworthy enough by itself, unless it happens in early modern Spain. You had me at ‘male delivery’, Sherry Velasco.

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