Bisexuality preceded monosexuality in the animal pedigree, and co-exists with it even at the highest points of the genealogical tree.
Moreover, Miss Goold smoked, not because it was a smart or emancipated thing to do, but because she liked it, and--a curious note of femininity about her--she objected to her drawing-room smelling of tobacco.
Examples: A. One Thyroid-centered Type has Bright eyes Good clean teeth Symmetrical features Moist flushed skin Temperamental attitude toward life Tendency to heart, intestinal and nervous disease B. One Pituitary-centered Type Abnormally large or small size Musical--acute sense of rhythm Asymmetrical features Tendency to cyclic or periodic diseases C. One Adrenal-centered Type Hairy Dark Masculinity marked Tendency to diphtheria and hernia These are some of the master types.