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True Secrets of Lesbian Desire: Keeping Sex Alive in Long-Term Relationships Paperback – October 21, 2003
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This is an excellent book. I suspect that I may have been a bit late in being introduced to it, but for those just starting out, please, please, please read it. It will save you so many heartaches.
But I think more significantly, this book really took a very intellectual approach to the subject of female sexuality. In not sure what exactly I expected for this book when I first bought it, but I can say that by the time I was half way threw it, I knew I had found something special. This book really held my attention not just for the content, but for the elegance of the author's writing style.
every gay woman....period...no excuses. It would be a good book for anyone
who loves women to read. A lifetime of experience, distilled,
artfully presented and so essential right now. So many women floundering.
And answers to their questions, right here, clearly expressed, with humor
and affection....readily available. I particularly found the chapter "Truth
as Aphrodesiac" enlightening. To end with Ms. Stendhal's words: "The
sexuality for which we ardently long, waiting for us in the very bed we
thought had condemned it to death? You bet!"
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Was informative, but I wish it had some instruction on how to apply the ideas she talks about in every day life. Not all of us can go to a therapist every week.Published 7 months ago by Christine F
Wow, is this readable; and so thoughtful! I've thought about the women in this book, and their fascinating sex and love conversations, long after reading it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Liz