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First published in 1973, My Secret Garden ignited a firestorm of reactions across the nation--from outrage to enthusiastic support. Collected from detailed personal interviews with hundreds of women from diverse backgrounds, this book presents a bracingly honest account of women's inner sexual fantasy lives. In its time, this book shattered taboos and opened up a conversation about the landscape of feminine desire in a way that was unprecedented.

Today, My Secret Garden remains one of the most iconic works of feminist literature of our time--and is still relevant to millions of women throughout the world.

Topics: Sexuality, Feminism, Guilt, Sex, Social Science, Erotic, Informative, Multiple Perspectives, 1970s, United States of America, Essays, and Transcribed Interviews

Published: RosettaBooks on
ISBN: 9780795335396
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open minded book and given me a new veiw of sexmore
good informative readmore
Reviewed Feb. 18th, 2013

Like so many older books on sex that purport to have a sociological raison d'etre. In this case, the (at the time) ground-breaking discussion of women's fantasies but in actuality it's just a not-very-well written collection of extremely dirty stories that unless you neither fancy women nor are one, are probably going to get you hot, just as the author intended.more
Ok so I was 15 when a friend and I pooled our money and bought this ( more than 20 years ago) - for me it was thrilling and eyeopening. She ended up keeping the copy so I no longer have it but stil uhhum think about it on occassion.more
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open minded book and given me a new veiw of sexmore
good informative readmore
Reviewed Feb. 18th, 2013

Like so many older books on sex that purport to have a sociological raison d'etre. In this case, the (at the time) ground-breaking discussion of women's fantasies but in actuality it's just a not-very-well written collection of extremely dirty stories that unless you neither fancy women nor are one, are probably going to get you hot, just as the author intended.more
Ok so I was 15 when a friend and I pooled our money and bought this ( more than 20 years ago) - for me it was thrilling and eyeopening. She ended up keeping the copy so I no longer have it but stil uhhum think about it on occassion.more
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