Sex and other sacred games: love, desire, power, and possession
Written in the form of a dialogue between two women, one heterosexual and one gay, this book explores all the ways of loving: promiscuous and platonic, lesbian and straight--and what they mean in contemporary society. Their conversation changes each other's perspective forever, and just may do the same for the reader.
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