Confessions of a Bumbling Sex Addict

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Virtualbookworm Publishing, Dec 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 276 pages
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This work is an account of one who was born in the 1930s, was saddled with a surging libido, and who, in the winter of his life, looks back fondly. "Confessions" is a story that will cause the reader to laugh out loud at both the joy and the foibles of man's unbridled pursuit of sex. Except for locations and times, men and women across generations will be able to identify with the story. The reader will receive tidbits of history from events and practices of the twentieth century. To that end, this work is somewhat educational, especially when old wives notions of sex are exposed to the light of irreverence. The main character, in this story, is guided through life by his most private part, to which he refers as 'Little Willie.' Our hero's Mother, redneck Father, and the Reverend Gavin serve to temper only slightly the ache in our hero's groin. This could be viewed as a poor man's Passages, designed to tickle ones funny bone and to expose the vagaries of an oversupply of testosterone. In the prose of Arthur Elmo's Formative years, Southern dialect serves to validate the events and the culture of that era.
 

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Contents

Eva Mae
1
Dora Faye
17
Willie RuthNorma Jean
32
Sophia
48
Rebecca Ann
66
Oma Rae
87
Myra Lea
108
Lucy May
129
Carmelita
152
Angie Faye
177
Elmira
194
Martha Coy
210
Lisa Flying Squirrel
227
Josephine
246
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