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Viagri demonstrates How to Release Your Inner Sex Goddess. Every female human was born with her inner sex goddess inside -- and the male equivalent in males -- waiting only to mature, to come forward and bring joy into each life. But such a high percentage of us were mentally poisoned at a young age, being told that sex is sinful, dirty, vulgar, improper and obscene. The antidote that most people need is simply permission to free the inner sex goddess that already exists, imprisoned inside us. The stories in this book show by example and logic how to unlock our own mental paralysis, and are tantalizingly erotic.
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