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The sensuous woman by Terry Garrity, , L. Stuart edition, in English. I struck paydirt again. Months ago, whilst browsing through another book sale room at the library, I found The Sensuous Woman, by "J." "The. The Sensuous Woman [J] on aracer.mobi *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The book that fired the first shot in the sexual revolution Not too long ago only.

She had what I consider a perfect wedding — romantic, glamorous, inexpensive and private — and the reason I know about it is that Cosmopolitan Magazine covered the event in its April issue. The article was titled "Marry the Man Today…in Rome," and when the manuscript of My Secret Garden was sent to me for comment, I dug out Cosmopolitan and took another look at the author. My memory was accurate. Nancy Friday looks like a former Miss America — pretty, wholesome, well-scrubbed, glowing. Too many people assume that anyone who has sexual fantasies is mentally sick or oversexed — or both! Admittedly, the reader will at times have to fight off shock, prurient interest and distaste while reading My Secret Garden. This is no coffee-table book. Nor should it be left around where children might pick it up. My Secret Garden could bring plain brown paper wrappers back into vogue, for not only is it a serious, informative study of a facet of human sexuality that has been largely ignored, it is also painfully personal, uncompromisingly candid and unabashedly erotic. There has never been anything quite like it. You are going to have to force yourself at times to remember that this is a clinical work. I began to be interested in sexual fantasies several years ago when I realized how much you could learn about the person you love by examining his or her fantasies. Nor will you have achieved complete trust and intimacy until you have been able to share your fantasies with each other and have them accepted.

Even swingers and habitual orgiasts seemed to be struck by a bolt of instant amnesia. It would be easier, to train turtles to outrun greyhounds. In all fairness, I should mention that my own sex has its area of sensitivity.

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I had an extremely difficult time getting many women to discuss masturbation. They would volunteer every detail of their lovemaking, acknowledge extramarital affairs, etc. Only when they were describing a sexual fantasy were these women able to relax enough to speak of masturbation. I mention all this to explain my opinion that men and women will react very differently to My Secret Garden.

I suspect that women generally will be fascinated by the revelations in this book, but not surprised. Nor will these readers have trouble in acknowledging that they too fantasize. And how will the male react? The first man I gave My Secret Garden to was so turned on by the book that he went on a lovemaking marathon.

But, unfortunately for the women in America, I suspect that this reaction was not average. The next few male readers were much like the men Nancy Friday tells us about. Books Without Pity. Skip to content.

Share this: Facebook Twitter. Like this: Like Loading October 23, at 7: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public. Name required. Season of the Fox by Denise Domning goodreads. Join other followers Follow Advertisements. But only if you're really, really good. My mom said no, and that she didn't want to.

After I found out about that, I would sometimes simply walk out of the building with the books I wanted, without performing the required transaction, and would return them at night via the after hours book drop.

Good thing I wasn't a "troubled" youth, I'm sure that if I were ever suspected of anything heinous this misguided lady would have jumped up with a juicy, cherry picked list of my interest infractions. I love you, Mom.

View 1 comment. Aug 08, Bethany rated it it was amazing. Sometimes you read a book simply to enjoy it, and that's what I'm basing this rating on. From start to finish this book kept me both entertained and fascinated with the evolution of female sexuality in today's age. Clearly outdated for many in areas of technique and belief systems, 'The Sensuous Woman' is a lighthearted combination of laughable literature littered with bits of gold. While it reflects the ideals of a society that I hope all women will one day be liberated from, it has served me a Sometimes you read a book simply to enjoy it, and that's what I'm basing this rating on.

While it reflects the ideals of a society that I hope all women will one day be liberated from, it has served me as a glimpse into the past through which I am ever grateful to be here in the present. Definitely a gem I will be passing along to any of my sisters desiring a little perspective or a good pick-me-up.

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Aug 25, Ali rated it it was ok Shelves: Hilariously sexist and heterosexist, but nevertheless quite endearing. I would give a scathing review to a book with the same content written today, but it is 40 years old. A very easy read.

I was particularly amused by the section on orgy etiquette bring your own man, just in case; wear a dress that won't crease because there won't be enough hangers; be prepared to politely resist lesbians.

Mar 30, Midge Pingleton rated it liked it Shelves: This is an ass backwards sort of sex column in the length of an entire book from the early 70's. Read it in a car. Apr 15, S. Gordon rated it liked it. I was also more than a little shocked that only boys under 10 years of age were considered totally off limits.

Does that mean boys over age 10 are OK to pursue? Maybe she just meant the way most men "act" rather than a chronological thing! I can hardly imagine the "ram"ifications of getting caught reading or OK I can hardly imagine the "ram"ifications of getting caught reading or owning this book in I doubt the lady's bookclub openly discussed this tome. Can you imagine June Cleaver looking up from it's pages to ask her husband, "Ward, weren't you a little hard on the Beaver last night?

I think I've discovered where you found all that magic. Nov 20, Wysperz added it. I read this book when I was 16yrs old. I'm not going to rate it at this point because if I were to read it now.. I think most of it would make me laugh like "are you kidding me!

Mar 31, Cornelia rated it really liked it. I never read this before. Some of the information pertains more to that era but a lot of it is still practical for today and it's a very interesting well-written book.

I enjoyed it. How very. Strange, sometimes funny, sometimes very sexist, sometimes empowering but only sexually , very amateurishly written, with very debatable advice. Well, now I can cross another Bibliotherapy book off my to-read list.

Jul 13, Radiolab added it Shelves: Radiolab asked listeners for their sex ed recommendations. Blanca, a Radiolab listener, says, "My best friend's aunt gave it to me when I was 14,and the thing I remember most was the author saying that she wasn't really pretty and she had heavy thighs, but none of that really matters if you feel sexy,and she got any man or woman she ever wanted and had great sex!

She also had a step by step how to, on blowjobs,that really took all of the anxiety and awkwardness out of my first experience!

The Sensuous woman, by J. The first how-to book for the female who yearns to be all woman

Jan 02, Laura Jo rated it liked it. So many great passages to read at parties. This book is hilarious.

I feel like it belongs on a shelf, but I don't know which. This was my second read through of this book. Please do yourself a favor and follow up with Sensuous Dirty Old Man when you're done. You won't regret it. Or you could be lame and read The Sensuous Man.

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But you don't wanna be lame, right? The only way to be totally cool is to read all three. I really don't think you should go into these books expecting actual "self-help". These should be read as comedies. Or just an ob This book is hilarious.

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