In this empowering, accessible guide, Jaclyn Friedman?co-editor of qYes Means Yesq?gives young women the tools to decipher the modern worldOCOs confusing, hypersexualized, sometimes dangerous landscape so they can define their own sexual identity. Friedman decries the hypocrisy and mixed messages of our culture (weOCOre failures if we donOCOt act sexy, but weOCOre sluts if we actually pursue sex; we need to be protected from rapists lurking in bushes, but deserve ?whatever we getOCO if we have a drink at a party and wear a skirt), and encourages readers to separate fear from fact, decode the damaging messages all around them, and discover a healthy personal sexuality. Educational and interactive, qWhat You Really Really Wantq includes revealing quizzes, creative exercises, and reality-based advice about sex and sexuality today. With FriedmanOCOs informed advice to guide them, readers will build new skills for safely expressing their sexuality with lovers and explore effective ways to talk about tricky issues with family and friends?and learn how to make the world a little safer for everyone elseOCOs sexuality along the way.How do you respond if your partner needs you to slow down or doesna#39;t want to do something in particular? What if you start doing something that you think will be hot, but you find out you dona#39;t like it? Add some of these elements into youranbsp;...
|Title||:||What You Really Really Want|
|Publisher||:||Seal Press - 2011-10-01|