Love & Sex: The Book of Questions

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Workman Publishing, 1989 - Reference - 207 pages
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Pleasure, passion, jealousy, trust, marriage, infidelity, and, above all, sex. From the author of the 1.9-million-copy bestselling The Book of Questions, here is a book that will open doors, break down walls, dispel reserve, and encourage the sharing of secrets all the while delighting readers with over 250 questions that perplex and puzzle.

Questions about values (_Could you ever be in love with someone you knew you couldn t trust?O) revealing dilemmas (_Would you rather have a strikingly attractive spouse who was disappointing in bed or a plain-looking spouse who was fantastic?O); cultural conundrums (_Is it easier for men or women to find good partners?O); Flights of Fancy (_If you could spend one night with anyone in the world you desired but only by getting permission from your partner would you ask for it?O).

Explore the bounds of intimacy with your partner, sound new insights with a friend, discover your own true feelings with this book you can investigate the mysteries of love and sex without dispelling the magic. Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club. 539,000 copies in print.

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User Review  - Heather19 - LibraryThing

Interesting little book full of questions, this time about relationships, love, and sex. I have a few of these type of books, but this is the first I've found with a particular theme. A wide variety ... Read full review

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User Review  - lsknightsr1 - LibraryThing

Another great book from Gregory Stock. I have found both of the books I've read to be genuinely helpful and still "fun". I find myself pulling them both out at our impromtu get-togethers with friends as a way to spark discussions and foster good times. Read full review

About the author (1989)

Gregory Stock is a biophysicist, bestselling author, biotech entrepreneur, and the former director of the Program on Medicine, Technology, and Society at UCLA's School of Medicine. His interests lie in the scientific and evolutionary as well as ethical, social, and political implications of today's revolutions in the life sciences and in information technology and computers. He lives in Houston, Texas.

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