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Hailed by Utne Reader as "a visionary" and the San Francisco Chronicle as "the X-rated" intellectual," Susie Bright is indiputably the sexpert of our times. Now, in a frank and intimate look at our own erotic experience, she reveals the ways in which individual sexual expression has the power to inspire, challenge, and transform all of our lives. Bright explores some of the most complex questions about sexuality today including:

  • What are the real differences between men's and women's sense of the erotic?
  • Why is it so threatening to conscioulsy address sexual desire?
  • Is there a line to be drawn in erotic creativity-can you go so far?
  • How can articulate erotic expression make us better lovers, more important, better people?

Topics: Pornography, Liberty, Feminism, Sex, Sexuality, Love, Erotic, Informative, and Essays

Published: HarperCollins on Oct 13, 2009
ISBN: 9780061744112
List price: $8.99
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More a book on sexual ethics and philosophy than creativity and expression, this book changed a lot of the way I thought about sexuality. It should probably be required reading.read more
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Let me say up front that I have enjoyed everything Bright has written. This book is a collection of essays that deal with gender, sex, sexuality, being a parent, privacy, and more. Bright's writing in this book deals more with issues such as being a parent, which makes sense given that she has a child. However, this is not written for the desperate housewives set (though they could benefit from reading i). Bright continues to write in a direct manner, that is honest and truthful without being harsh. Definitely worth reading.read more
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More a book on sexual ethics and philosophy than creativity and expression, this book changed a lot of the way I thought about sexuality. It should probably be required reading.
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Let me say up front that I have enjoyed everything Bright has written. This book is a collection of essays that deal with gender, sex, sexuality, being a parent, privacy, and more. Bright's writing in this book deals more with issues such as being a parent, which makes sense given that she has a child. However, this is not written for the desperate housewives set (though they could benefit from reading i). Bright continues to write in a direct manner, that is honest and truthful without being harsh. Definitely worth reading.
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