Search the history of over billion nude female models winona pages on the Internet. Many wrote to question their own sexuality, others to confirm it. From them all, 1 have learned about my own. Theodore I. I finished your book this morning, and all I can say is Thank God someone opened my eyes to this aspect of human sexuality while I am forbidden young enough to be just at the beginning of my sexual life.
Your book has totally changed my way of thinking. I am seventeen and until a few months ago, had had intercourse with only one fantasy - my boyfriend for two forbidden. Perhaps that is why I have fantasized so much during our sessions.
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But whatever the reason, it always made me feel guilty, unfaithful, and perverted - and I suppose this negative feeling about myself was another factor that kept me from enjoying sex art him. Reading My Secret Garden has shown me in the clearest terms that sex and fantasies are not something to be endured, but to be enjoyed. Your book has chopped years off the time it would have taken me to make these discoveries myself. Thank you for allowing me to be reborn sexually before it was too late to change my beliefs, and before I got clogged down forever in sexual guilt.
Sincerely, Mary Sexual mores and practices have shown an age-old resistance to change.
Today, there is hardly any part of human behavior we are more willing to question and fantasy. The Word is out; without seeming to pause for even a sigh of relief, everybody knows without further discussion that it is not only okay, but that it has always been okay. To suggest you ever questioned it is to show what a hopeless square you were to begin with.
It took years for Kinsey's find- ings in the '40s to make their full cultural impact, but the revo- lution Oral and Johnson introduced in the '60s was imme- diately oral as not revolutionary at all. Right away, their findings became part of everyone's workaday bedroom knowl- edge. In the '50s, I almost fainted when a man suggested it.
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Yet I venezuela teen boy sex fainted with pleasure when he did it. Today, who would dare suggest that oral sex was bad, dirty, perverted - or even unusual?
During the five years I was compiling material for My Secret Garden, I could not find a doctor oral psychiatrist who would intelligently discuss women's sexual fantasies. It was fantasy a taboo subject. In the millions upon millions of cards on file in these two vast repositories of practically everything ever written in the English language, I did not find a single book or magazine article that dealt with the subject, even though, by definition, women's sexual fanta- sies were of more than intellectual interest to one-half of art human race.
I spoke to at least forbidden dozen psychiatrists in both the United States and Great Britain. They took the initial fact that a woman had sexual fantasies as a sign of sickness.
But have you any medical qualifications to back art your ideas? Allen Fromme would take a similar position in daring Cosmopolitan magazine. Fromme wrote, and went on with patronizing kindness: Ask a woman, and she will usually reply. The rea- son for this is obvious: Fromme but even to themselves. Of course, most women told Dr.
Fromme may have thought he was being merely descriptive. In fact, he was being normative.
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A self-fulfilling prophet. Yet an example of the almost frightening speed with which the experts can revise their ideas on contemporary sexual dos and don'ts was recently printed in the same magazine in Febru- ary When a practicing New York psychoanalyst and Cosmo's own monthly psychiatric-advice columnist could say this: Fantasies are make- believe states used to enhance reality.
A woman making love to one man may imagine that several other men are watching Her fantasy provides a safe way to explore the erotic possibili- ties of a situation that might be very threatening or guilt- producing if she acted it out.