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My Secret Garden has the prurient appeal that made it one of the most passed-around books in high school study halls (it boasts chapters titled "Insatiability" and "The Thrill of the Forbidden"), but its premise, underneath the tales of lusty longings, is a serious one. Friday, also author of My Mother, My Self and Women on Top, is appalled at how parents, especially mothers, instill in their children a deep fear of sexual pleasure, and she advises how to do away with this stultifying force. While Friday can get a little histrionic at times ("Women's lust ... could bring down not only individuals, but society itself"), that doesn't make this book any less enthralling. --Erica Jorgensen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I blew through this book and have since read it a few more times.
Maybe the typical guy mind set of, "Oh you want something, lets get / do / find / buy whatever it is..." is just too ingrained in our heads, but I liked the idea.
This book is a fantastic combination of the psychology behind women's sexual fantasies and the actual fantasies themselves.
This is an old book written some years ago. It was one of the first studies written about women's sexual fantasies. It does not offer "hot" stories exactly. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ben Davis
Like many of the women in the book, I didn't realize all of these fantasies were going on around me. It's reassuring. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Dru Wilkins
A great book, as a man I never knew just how erotic woman's fantasies are!!!!Published 25 days ago by Jerry D. Airheart
great book! Every man should read it (FYI: I am a man) and understand better what our partners, friends, spouses, family members think! Read morePublished 26 days ago by Giovanni Circella