Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free

Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Primates of Park Avenue, a bold, timely reconsideration of female infidelity that will upend everything you thought you knew about women and sex. What do straight, married female revelers at an all-women's sex club in LA have in common with nomadic pastoralists in Namibia who bear children by men not their husbands? Like wome From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Primates of Park Avenue, a bold, timely reconsideration of female in...

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Title:Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free
Author:Wednesday Martin
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0316463612
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free Reviews

  • Jason
    Nov 20, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

  • Jocelyn Rivard
    Oct 13, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

  • Jennifer
    Nov 13, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Shawn
    Nov 15, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Simone Collins
    Nov 11, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

  • Mj
    Sep 22, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Sierra W.
    Nov 30, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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    ...

  • Joy Bishop
    Dec 10, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

  • Scribe Publications
    Jun 28, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

  • Scribe Publications
    Jun 28, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

  • Janday
    Jun 30, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Kimberly
    Dec 05, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • David
    Dec 02, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Cait
    Oct 02, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

  • Morgan Destera
    Nov 09, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

  • Cristine Mermaid
    Oct 28, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

  • Mark Grether
    Oct 15, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

  • Jordyn
    Oct 20, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Sue
    Oct 15, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

  • Stephanie Wilson
    Oct 28, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Ashleigh
    Oct 24, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

  • Verne Curley
    Aug 26, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

  • Andrea
    Dec 07, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

  • Dani
    Oct 29, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Adrian Sergiusz
    Nov 04, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

  • Marylisa Sullivan
    Nov 27, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

  • joe kelly
    Nov 09, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • AARON FROST
    Oct 23, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Stelian Bafana
    Dec 08, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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  • Ryan Southerland
    Nov 16, 2018

    Yes, come for the salaciousness but stay for the lesson. Eye opening in a number of ways, but what stands out is how still deeply maintained in our politics, and US culture, is the ongoing subjugation of women and a demonstration how much farther we have to go. Martin, as well as Chri...

    This book won't be for everybody. And I'll admit that my attention wandered a bit in chapters dealing with research into primates, etc. But the anecdotal sections and the historic detail of how monogamy became a thing were truly fascinating. ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    So. I'm really into the use of ethnography and participant-observation as a way to examine mainstream, western culture. That being said, I needed this to either be less anthropological or more. It might be the penalty of knowing too much, but I had a lot of questions about the ethics h...

    I can't say I am a fan of her writing style. It seems many of her sentences run on and get somewhat confusin - One thing I am not pleased with is the author's tendency to describe the people she is interviewing. Tall, blonde, willowy, beautiful, young, what color lipstick, etc. Everyon...

    What a thoroughly enjoyable read! As having basically zero sex drive myself (let's be honest with ourselves: humans are repulsive), I blithely accepted the conventional wisdom that women had lower sex drives, cheated less, and were tempted to cheat less. Few things are more refreshi...

    Great book ...

    Scientifically literate and sexually cliterate ? an exuberant unfettering of female sexuality that challenges us to ?think outside her box.? Viva la Vulva! Ian Kerner, Sex Therapist and Author of She Comes First If you have ever felt different, other, or just weird when it co...

    Enlightening book about the myths surrounding women's sexuality. It contains heaps of research breaking myths such as "women are biologically wired for monogamy", "women need to be 'in love' to enjoy sex and can't have sex without falling in love", "women have low sex drives", "straigh...

    Extremely well written if necessarily narrow, but I totally get that the premise is the comparison and to create an excellent and provable hypothesis. The under examined and timely topic needs to be flushed out and be made grist for the mill. Lets talk about this. The tip of an iceberg...

    2.5 for me. This book wasn't exactly what I expected. I agree that female desire feels taboo to talk about. I did learn about some stuff people are into that I didn't know people are into (throuples? Hot wifing?). I'm not entirely sure that some of this that looks like female sexua...

    Loved Wednesday Martin's research into female sexuality. Debunks many "myths" of low female desire from the animal world and through various cultures. I feel she gave women the benefit of unbridled sexuality not dictated by "societal mores." ...

    Excellent book. Well thought out and researched. ...

    Share it with everyone. ...

    3.5 stars ...

    Every woman should read it. ...

    This is an amazing and thought provoking book, a necessary addition and a very necessary one to those who have read Sex at Dawn. ...

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