This book is quite an interesting read. It describes a lot of people's personal experiences about sex, and some of them (to put it mildly) a little raunchy or controversial. Has anyone else read it?
Yes, that was definitely a good part about it. A book that talks about the breadth of human sexual experience really needs to not be too hetero-centric. This particular book also mentions the difficulty of developing a healthy sexuality in the societies we live in today, for those who have a non-conventional orientation or who are born transgender.
I also like the way the book uses "normative" rather than "normal".
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