Sex Life: How Our Sexual Encounters and Experiences Define Who We Are
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Sex Life: How Our Sexual Encounters and Experiences Define Who We Are

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When did your sexual experiences start? Are you having more virtual sex than real sex? Can you have too much or not enough sex? What exactly is 'normal'?





Bestselling author and leading sex therapist, Pamela Stephenson-Connolly takes us on an eye-opening journey to explode the myths and answer the embarrassing questions we've always wanted to ask about sex and our insatiable...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published June 2nd 2011 by Vermilion (first published June 1st 2011)
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V H
Very interesting book! I consider myself fairly open-minded, but as I was reading this I felt my mind opening even more. There were so many things in the book that I've never even though about, but that made perfect sense.

It's all about peoples' sex life. How every body is different. How it can be because of upbringing, religion, choice etc. And it was just very interesting and educational. Most people don't think of disabled people and elderly people as being sexual beings, which is a shame and...more
Jay
I found this book to be a very insightful read! Unless your someone who`s already done plenty of studying about how sex fits into our lives, this book is an excellent educational reference. It has plenty for not just all adults themselves, but for those that are parents or who are at that age when they want or need some answers (especially when explaining to young minds!). This book helps bring all the mess that we`re in about sex back into perspective and help you realise that some of your opin...more
chris tervit
I was drawn to read this book because I like Pamela Stephenson's weekly 'Sexual Healing' column she does in Monday's Guardian newspaper. I have often thought she writes succinct liberal, sometime thought-provoking replies to people's dilemmas. I went in expecting it to be fairly populist but was hoping to glean some gems of knowledge that may prove useful in my work as a GP & Dr in sexual health or just entertaining for general chat with pals. I did get some. I liked the expression 'vart' to...more
Lucy Mackey
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Mrs J
A reasonably interesting collection of anecdotes loosely linked by the author's comments. The basic message being sex is normal in various forms at any age.
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