Hot and bothered: sex and love in the nineties

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Viking, Sep 1, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 276 pages
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A nervy, funny, and hard-hitting journey into the hearts, minds, and bedrooms of North America in the era of AIDS, DINS (double income, no sex), and politically correct coupling. Wendy Dennis addresses the plights and plaints of both sexes, singles, couples, and un-coupleds on topics ranging from the mores of dating, one-night stands, orgasms, intimacy and the L word, and all the problems that afflict them.

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HOT AND BOTHERED: Sex and Love in the Nineties

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Canadian journalist Dennis surveys the contemporary sexual landscape and finds it mostly a hostile desert with a few oases and many mirages. Nonetheless, she manages to report her findings with great ... Read full review

Hot and bothered: sex and love in the nineties

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Canadian journalist Dennis captures the essence of current sexual etiquette in this popular treatment, which grew out of a magazine article for Toronto Life . Researching her subject through extensive ... Read full review

Contents

Disconnection
15
Why Are Women Confused?
35
Why Are Men Confused?
59
Copyright

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