Men In Love
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My conclusion is, if you are sensitive and of course a woman and can be slightly envious then just LEAVE this book alone and go for Nancy Friday's "My Secret Garden" instead or "Forbidden Flowers" which is more about women's fantasies, then maybe you'll be more prepared and can move on to Men in love. While I did not like the sex itself, the attitudes towards women were surprisingly adoring and sympathetic; it was almost therapeutic to read after the scads of misogynistic men's thought I've had the displeasure of encountering online. Well, firstly, it's a completely different type of books simply because upon reading it, I realised how different men and women think about sex.
Having this unconsciously remembered evidence of mother’s warmth and reassurance with him, he is encouraged to go forward into sexual pleasures. no signs of cover wear, clean glossy, pages clean, bright and unmarked, spine tightListing Includes Books Image. Friday mentions in the introduction that she has digested sexual taboos from women as empowering and progressive but when faced with the same taboos in men's fantasies she was scandalized and disgusted.
It is an old Freudian model that relies upon familial conditioning to explain something that is as indelible as the color of one's eyes. Wanting to see, but afraid to look, men invent voyeuristic fantasies to heal a paradox, the conflict in themselves.Other people who are also reading this book for the psychological insights, for whom it does nothing to read 200 times about Peg A going into Hole B, may want to consider this approach. A notice in her last book garnered about three thousand responses from American men, of which about two hundred are included in this volume.