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Sugarbabe: The Controversial Real Story of a Woman in Search of a Sugar Daddy Paperback – July 10, 2010
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Armchair adventurers will blush at Holly's true, raw journeys into the worlds of kink, love, laughter and madness. Her books are full of laugh-out-loud moments, as well as edge-of-the-seat roller coaster rides into worlds few dare to travel.
In 2006 she coined the popular term, Negotiated Infidelity and was committed to the notion, "we are risen from apes, not fallen from angels" (Robert Ardley, anthropologist). However, she later retracted "negotiated infidelity", saying it emasculates men and makes women feel insecure.
She now proscribes Negotiated FIDELITY, which is a state of traded semi-monogamy that risk manages cheating and divorce. It is part of her notion of having UNCONDITIONAL LOVE, which accommodates the hard-wired aspects of relationships, such as sexuality, hormones, pathology and natural promiscuity.
Holly believes traditional notions of marriage, sex and child-rearing are a slap in the face of diversity and make a mockery of equal opportunity. She says given the needs of same sex couples, infertile parents, etc., lifetime bodily exclusivity is selfish and outdated.
She has appeared on Larry King, Dr Phil, CNN, National Geographic, 60 Minutes, Insight, Today Tonight, the Morning Show and the Today Show, as well as on countless radio shows and in magazines.
On a professional level - and apart from her humorous, gritty and thought-provoking books about sex and relationships - Holly Hill has a degree in human behaviour, is a fully qualified trainer, was a Fairfax journalist and has specialised in conflict resolution, positive interviewing and the treatment of depression.
For further information, contact Holly directly at email@example.com
(Non kindle) E-Books and blogs are available at http://www.hollyhill.net.au or join her on Twitter at @HollyHillAuthor
Top Customer Reviews
In a chatty voice Holly discusses each man she met after advertising herself online. She claims to have received 11,000 responses to her ad, but begins the memoir by telling us she had a propensity for both extreme over and understatement. She describes every dull conversation focusing on the men's jobs in finance, their sleazy plans for deceiving their wives, and their praise of her over-the-top beauty and intelligence (both called into question by a picture I found of her and the absurdity of her dialogue). Holly keeps waiting to feel ashamed or guilty, but realizes that she is sexually aroused by men desiring her enough to buy her, whether or not she is attracted to them. Even the men she does find appealing seem repulsive on paper. I normally enjoy sensationalistic, juicy stories, but I nearly gagged reading Holly's detailed sex scenes with these slimy men.
Holly claims a large hypothalamus explains her willingness to take extreme risks. In truth, it seems more like she is simply greedy and foolish. And a hypocrite. She fakes sympathy for the deceived wives she calls "stupid cows" and tries desperately to convince the reader that she is performing a public surface. "Once again... I was providing the confidence to change a life.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
poorly written. the story did not have any redeeming value.Published 5 months ago by Katherine M. Demsky
Don't let some of the other readers (obvious) insecurities about Holly's findings scare you off. It is not not designed to be an academic textbook, it is one womans (brave)... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Apeltree
Manages to straddle truly awful pop psychology with incredible ego and erotic fiction. Holly is (apparently) irresistable to every man she meets (provided they are fat middle aged... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jayne Ker
I was drawn in to the book at first, but after the first half, it goes downhill fast. The author is extremely insecure and reminds us almost continually how beautiful and sexy and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by JJ
Boring after first few chapters. Lot of repetitions. Found a waste of time reading the interviews and same old story repeated.Published 16 months ago by P. rai
I wanted to give this book two stars because it was actually fairly well written. Grammatically, at least. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Allie Stoller
Entertaining and clear account! This writer's wide eyed innocence somehow shines through this story of a sugerbabe. I really enjoyed it!Published 21 months ago by frogs333
Very informative and shows that as opposed to what society thinks there are women out there that are empowered by their sexual prowess and they shouldn't be viewed as "less... Read morePublished on January 22, 2014 by Dawn-Daytona Beach FL
The author's kind of a show off when it comes to talking about how attractive she is (or thinks she is, I've never met the lady) BUT when you get past that it's a very interesting... Read morePublished on December 15, 2013 by S