Personal Stories of "How I Got Into Sex": Leading Researchers, Sex Therapists, Educators, Prostitutes, Sex Toy Designers, Sex Surrogates, Transsexuals, Criminologists, Clergy and More--
Prometheus Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Social Science - 480 pages
If you are interested in sex and who isn't here's a book you have to read. "How I Got Into Sex" collects fascinating autobiographies of over forty people whose livelihoods are linked to sex. The list of contributors is quite diverse with respect to age, experience, and professional preference, including therapists, educators, leading researchers of sexology, a sex toy designer, housewives, sex surrogates, criminologists, clergy, transsexuals, journalists, sociologists, physicians, psychologists, lawyers, nurses, scientists, social workers, and historians. Their unique personal accounts reveal much about society's attitudes toward sex.
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