A Stupid Question...  

LoyaltyandHonor 37M/32F
3114 posts
3/26/2005 3:40 am

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A Stupid Question...

I know this probably sounds stupid, but are there many other people out there who study sex? There aren’t even very many authors or sex therapists, so I am just curious if anyone else finds studying cultural differences and such interesting?


O2Bkissed 54F
3 posts
4/9/2005 9:09 pm

My favorite writer of sex and sensuality is Alexander Penney. She has written (and re-written for modernization) my two favorite books on the subject... "How to make love to a Man" and yes, "How to make love to a Woman". She has written other books as well but I just love these two in particular. She writes with insight and humor and yes, physiological knowledge. I love to read and study sex and sensuality. It is just one of many facets of the human spirit.


HelgaBScratched
4 posts
3/28/2005 10:17 pm

yes-12
I want to be a teacher, but i haven't decided on English, Spanish, Art or Sex.
I think Sex should be introduced as foriegn languages are in highschools. I'd like to start that revalution,but this inexpencive school dosen't offer that lovely stuff.


LoyaltyandHonor 37M/32F
1241 posts
3/27/2005 4:41 am

I don't consider myself unique because I study sex, and I can't say that most people study sex in thier own way. This world would not have so many unhappy women if a lot of men studied. Then again I don't think books can teach you much and neither can other people, most of my articles come from my heart and not from studying.


rm_lickeetung 59F

3/26/2005 12:32 pm

Nope......it's not my thing. I find your writings interesting, but I have no desire to study sex myself. Astrology is my thing.


rm_lickeetung 59F

3/26/2005 12:31 pm

Nope, it's not my thing. I find your writings interesting, but I have no desire to study sex myself. Astrology is my thing.


leyndokona2 51F

3/26/2005 11:15 am

Questions are never stupid but a lot of answers are.


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