Sex Lives of Australian Women

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Random House Australia, 2008 - Sex customs - 342 pages
"Thousands of women, aged 19 to 70, have shared their most intimate and sexual emotional stories. Sex is everywhere, yet we rarely discuss our own intimate experiences. Even our lovers often don't know our secret histories or desires - until now. Australian women believe that an active sex life is vital to their sense of wellbeing, but we still see sex as something that's a bit dirty, a bit naughty, a bit embarrassing. We rarely compare notes about what we do in the bedroom. Who knows if their behaviour, physical responses and emotions is something we have in common with our friends and neighbours? Joan Sauers created a forum in which Australian women could share their darkest secrets, their desires, fears and furtive dreams and speak their minds about sex and sexuality. The anonymous online survey attracted nearly two thousand responses, from women of all ages, living in every state and territory in the country. They were straight, bi and lesbian; single, dating, married, divorced and widowed; childless women, mothers and grandmothers. This is a book for anyone interested in sexual behaviour and attitudes - men as well as women - and a book for women who don't always feel co

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Sex Lives of Australian Women is a compulsive read. It contains page after page of information about the sexual lives of thousands of women who participated in an anonymous survey. Divided into ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Born in New York and working in film and television in NY, London and Los Angeles, Sauers has lived in Australia for the last twenty-five years. She is the author of twelve books including Mothers & Daughters, Ageing Disgracefully, Sex Lives of Australian Teenagersand Sex Lives of Australian Women.She is a consultant and lecturer in screenwriting in Australia, Europe and Morocco, and lives in Sydney with her talented cat, Blossom.

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