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The Not So Invisible Woman Paperback – April 22, 2010
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There's plenty of hot sex packed into this biography, but the greatest thing in my opinion is what you'll learn as you join Portnoy on her personal sexual journey. She's detailed as she tells you of sucking off a horse-hung stripper before he performs, but what really holds your attention is her honest account of this and other sexual adventures.
First you should know that Portnoy probably has a lot more in common with your mom than you would initially expect. She's closing in on menopause and is before anything else, a mother. After ten years of marriage, she found herself suddenly single and that's when her personal sexual revolution began. She's unabashed about her experiences and doesn't seem to mind sharing - lucky for us!
I've read other reviews of Portnoy's work and some of them can be a bit harsh. Accusing her of a multitude of offenses, but mostly I think people just have a hard time accepting that a woman could really be happy without settling down. Portnoy discusses how she'd be happy to find a partner, but that she surely doesn't need one and I commend her for that.
Overall, this is a fun read that details the life of one honest, adventurous woman. While her lifestyle doesn't agree with mine, does not mean there's anything wrong with it. I hope everyone seeks out sexual fulfillment with half of the passion she does.