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This is a wonderful book: thoughtful, inclusive, and full of useful exercises.
It does a magnificent job of providing creative tools for the reader to find their own way based on who they are and what they want, uniquely.
Worth looking into if you want some suggestions for questions to ask yourself that will help you figure out what you want.
Very insightful and a helpful tool for understanding sexuality on a personal level as well as a universal one. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Taylor
Good quick read. You're likely to skim to the parts most useful to you. Overall great message and purpose.Published 6 months ago by nck
I love this book - I bought copies for all my students and we did lots of the activities together.Published 11 months ago by J-RZA
A little college sex-ed in places, but an interesting and thought-provoking read. Worth looking into if you want some suggestions for questions to ask yourself that will help you... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Canleanne
I'm not a prude, but I decided this was a little too sexy and permissive for my fifteen year-old girl.Published 15 months ago by H. Parker
Despite claiming to create a zone free of "shame, blame, and fear", as the author puts it, this book has its own biases. Read morePublished 17 months ago by lady-disdain
This is an amazing and interactive book about your sexual relationship with yourself, and how your attitudes towards sex affect you and whether or not those attitudes serve you... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lauren L
Radical feminists like Friedman have always interpreted any standards of intimacy that restrain men and women to be somehow a war against women, a rejection of female desire, etc. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Rodolfo
This is one of those books where the author really has better work else ware. It really did not live up to my expectations. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Filmmaster 6