This post showed up in my Google Alert. It appears on an Esoteric Online forum. Not sure why the author chose to write about an old book called The Caricature of Love, but I like that he updates the analysis such that pathology, not homosexuality per se, is the real issue.
I usually don't post about porn-addiction developments on my blog here, but this one is a major development and I wanted to tell the karezza visitors about it too.
This is my 180 day report. In this period, my life and my relationship have both changed dramatically for the better. It's a tale about NoPorn (for ~190 days), NoFap (for ~180 days) and most importantly NoOrgasm (for 170 days). (Note: I reset my counter for orgasms, not just fapping.)
[This is a post by Lynn Saxon, author of "Sex At Dusk: Removing the Shiny Wrapping from 'Sex At Dawn'." It provides perspective for Daniel Bergner's new book "What Do Women Want."]
Daniel Bergner’s “What do Women Want” presents some thought-provoking, if limited, information about female sexuality. It challenges the idea that female sexuality is more about making babies than enjoying sex, and promotes instead a picture of a naturally insatiable female sexual appetite that should leave men quaking in their boxers.
This article appeared in the August 25, 2013 issue of The New York Times Magazine.