My Secret Garden: Women's Sexual Fantasies

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Simon and Schuster, 1998 - Psychology - 365 pages
34 Reviews
When it first appeared, Nancy Friday's taboo-shattering bestseller "My Secret Garden" created a mixed storm of outrage and exhilaration. Those women who feared their erotic fantasies called it pornographic. Those women who read it recognized in its pages the hidden content of their own sexuality.

More outspoken and graphic than any book before its time, "My Secret Garden" quickly became a classic study of female sexuality. Today, more than one million women hail this astonishing study as a groundbreaking book-- a liberating force adding a new dimension to their sexual fantasies and lives.

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User Review  - Bradley Arlt - Goodreads

Some critics of the time, claimed this book is thinly veiled porn. While some of the fantasies are erotic (by my standards), "thinly veiled" it is not. Interesting read, end results: Some women are ... Read full review

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User Review  - Tanya - Goodreads

This is a fascinating book recording and loosely categorizing female fantasies. It gives a good cross-section of all kinds of sexual fantasies, so that everyone can find something to relate to or try ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Nancy Friday is the author of seven books: My Secret Garden, Forbidden Flowers, Jealousy, Men in Love, My Mother/My Self, Women on Top, and The Power of Beauty. She lives in Key West, Florida, and in Connecticut.

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