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She guides us through her field research of peep shows, XXX stores, and even the pornography collection of the British Library.
Interweaving her own personal feelings, experiences, and revelations, she presents a brilliant, fascinating, and wholly original portrait of sex and sexuality in America, while encouraging us to explore and create our own “intimate philosophies.” We live in a world in which almost every public image—every interaction—carries an element of sexual desire.
It’s not something we can make go away from our lives.
It will always be there, whether we’re celibate or promiscuous or somewhere in between, there’s always going to be sex.
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But for Western women, our inheritance has been that we don’t talk about sex in terms of desire.Q: Did any of your own views of sexuality change from writing the book? I became much more accepting of my own particular individual sexual quirks or sexuality or whatever you want to call it.I became much more tolerant–I already felt tolerant toward other people’s sexuality–and I feel like I am a hundred times more tolerant toward whatever quirks, fetishes, kinks, needs, desires that anybody else might have.Oath will also provide relevant ads to you on our partners' products.To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you.