The Truth About Women in Wednesday Martin’s ‘Untrue’

The author of “Primates of Park Avenue” has a new book suggesting the sexual desire of males and females are more similar than men probably want to admit.
The cover of Wednesday Martin's new book about female desire, 'Untrue.'
wednesday-martin Source: Little, Brown and Company

Author and cultural critic Wednesday Martin made her name with the splashy and controversial 2015 best-seller which had Martin infiltrating New York’s Upper East Side wife-and-mommy set. Faulted for superficiality, the author approached her latest topic—female infidelity—with more rigor, while still making it personal. “I make no secret of the fact that I.

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