Human beings have an amazing capacity to make sex complicated. We criticize our bodies, our desires, our fantasies. We won’t tell our partners what we want, and if their genitals don’t do what we expect, we assume it means something dreadful. Almost everyone seems to be concerned about their sexuality being “normal.”
For most of us, the internet has made sex even more complicated. It promises products to improve our orgasms; offers endless pornography; tells us how to diagnose our partners (or ourselves); and invites us into chatrooms where betrayed men and women tell us how to keep our partner from cheating.
This little book is different. My goal is to encourage you to find your authentic sexual voice, and to speak up when you do. I want you to think about sex the way you think about other things, applying the intelligence, communication skills, and common sense you use all week long.
This book will help you enjoy sex a little more. And I’m sure you’ll be smiling while you read. Topics covered include:
* What’s “Natural” About Sex?
* Why People Have Affairs—Besides Sex
* When Lack of Erection is not “ED”
* Your Husband Watches Porn—Now What?
* Window-Shopping On Match.com
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–American Psychological Association