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Sexual Intimacy for Women: A Guide for Same-Sex Couples Paperback – May 25, 2010
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Dr. Mary Gresham
The introduction starts the book off with the idea of "lesbian bed death," a term she only mentions once. The theme of the book is how to maintain sex in long-term relationships for female couples. She starts off with some fascinating statistics comparing the rate of "bed death" between straight couples, male couples, and female couples. Now, I've never been in a long-term relationship myself, so it wasn't helpful for me in that sense (so far), but I nonetheless found the book very interesting personally as well as for general thought/knowledge. Even though the theme is for long-term relationships, it's easy to see how each issue is relevant to those of us who are less experienced or single as well.
She is very thorough and covers every topic I could think of that pertains specifically to women and then more specifically to queer women: body image issues, fear of talking about sex, aging, orgasms, socially learned passivity, devaluing of sex, cheating, etc.Read more ›
Much of what Dr Corwin is conveying is that sexual intimacy is an important part to sustaining and enhance relationships, that intimacy on the physical level does indeed enhance the longevity of relationships. To get to this point she wisely addresses issues that can hamper or even block continued sexual intimacy beyond the first two years of a relationship - the third year drop as she calls it. Some of the reasons for moving from Sexually Active happiness to occult abstinence include overcoming past sexual abuse, whether as a child or as an adult in an abusive relationship, the simple facts of aging and how aging affects the alterations in the makeup of the boy (including the misconception that older women see themselves as undesirable), to the myths of menopause reducing sex drive, the misunderstood concepts of hormones, the subject of fidelity, body image (overweight women tend to perceive themselves as not sexually attractive), and so forth. She always supports her chapter topics with examples derived from her counseling experience that make each of the discussions pertinent.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great guide for every woman to read. The information is powerful and enlightening. My partner and I had great fun discussing certain subjects and trying a different... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andi S.
The author absolutely nails some key topics around lesbian sex and intimacy, and more than once made me think of things in an entirely new way. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gretchen McNeely
An extraordinary account of an all too common problem in relationships whether they be lesbian or heterosexual and explicit suggestions to recapture the sexual intimacy possible to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by J Campbell
My partner and I are reading this book together, and have found it to be extremely helpful. It is helping us work though issues we have and also opening our eyes to issues that we... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Brenda
This book is mostly focused on couples who have been together a long time and have lost intimacy they once had. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Laura Nicolosi
Covered some really great topics and made me think differently about how things work in a lesbian relationship. Thanks for writing this Glenda!Published 15 months ago by Mercedes K Pollmeier
This book helped me a lot. As someone that has not had a lot of experience with women (since I am still young), this book helped me realize just how different women can be, even... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Element02