The Politics of Lust

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Prometheus Books, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 335 pages
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Sex is one of the great joys of life - satisfying to the body, sublime to the soul. But when we examine our sexual psychology with a careful eye, we will find a reservoir of fear toward sexual expression. From nudity to public sex, masturbation to homosexuality, monogamy to group sex, pornography to prostitution, eroticism secretly disturbs us. Yet the existence of this pervasive sexual anxiety is not widely recognized.


The Politics of Lust exposes our hidden sexual anxiety and the disturbing social system that breeds it in the minds of millions of people. The challenging ideas set out in this book will give you a radical new perspective on your sexuality and your society.

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User Review  - Elfdart - Goodreads

i found this book to be very educational. usually we don't tend to note our reactions to situations or ideas unless we are paying attention to it, and i have never really looked at the erotiphobia in ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tortla - Goodreads

There are definitely some interesting claims made in here, but they seem largely unsubstantiated. Ince will call the common conception of a sexual issue absurd without offering any evidence for his ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Solitary FigLeafing
17
Social FigLeafing
27
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

John Ince is a lawyer, journalist, and cofounder of The Art of Loving (www.taol.ca), a sexuality center in Vancouver, BC. He is also the founder of The Erosha School of Erotic Massage (www.erosha.com). A member of the Bar for 23 years, he is one of the few lawyers expert in laws pertaining to sexuality. The author of four other books, he is a frequent public speaker and producer of controversial performance theater pieces that have attracted international media attention.

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