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Masters and Johnson

 
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William Masters and Virginia Johnson two US doctors who became well known for their study of human sexual behaviour. They discovered that women can enjoy sex as much as men. They wrote several books about their research, including Human Sexual Response (1966), and started a programme in St Louis in 1970 for training experts to help people with their sexual problems. Masters and Johnson were married to each other from 1971 to 1993.