Seksuologie pp 567-573 | Cite as

25 Drugs, genotmiddelen en seksualiteit

  • Woet L. Gianotten
Part of the Quintessens book series (QUI)


Onder drugs en genotmiddelen verstaan we hier verslavende middelen en/of psychoactieve middelen die niet gebruikt worden om ziekte te bestrijden.


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