Sex 3. 0: A Sexual Revolution Manual

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec 27, 2011 - Homosexuality - 264 pages
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Right now we are at tipping point. The Sex 2.0 lifestyle of modern day society is undergoing a cascading failure.Don't panic, this is a good thing. Sex 2.0 needs to die. It has served its purpose and it's time for humanity to move onto something better.The book details the history of human sexual relationships in the time before property or marriage even existed, how we evolved to our modern day Sex 2.0 lifestyle and how and why we created the problems that make modern day sexual relationships so hard.Far more importantly, it details a way forward to a Sex 3.0 world. A world of mutual understanding between men and women and a return to nature.

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User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

So, um, apparently this dude read a bunch of Wikipedia pages on evolutionary psychology and then distilled them into a rambling sexist, cissexist, heterosexist blog post about polyamory which he then tried to pass off as a book. I got this for free and I think I still overpaid. Read full review

Review: Sex 3.0: A Sexual Revolution Manual

User Review  - Goodreads

So, um, apparently this dude read a bunch of Wikipedia pages on evolutionary psychology and then distilled them into a rambling sexist, cissexist, heterosexist blog post about polyamory which he then tried to pass off as a book. I got this for free and I think I still overpaid. Read full review

About the author (2011)

J J Roberts is a former rock journalist from England who followed the standard script of conventional dating or what he terms "fenced relationships" for the first half of his adult live before exploring sexual relationships not based on enforced monogamy or what he terms "unfenced relationships" for the second half.The result was his first book, Sex 3.0, a fascinating insight into the modern day culture of Sex 2.0 which is based on fear and deception and its replacement Sex 3.0 which represents the death of fear and a return to nature.

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