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Best Sex Writing 2012: The State of Today's Sexual Culture

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2014

    A wonderful collection of essays pondering sex, sexuality, sex a

    A wonderful collection of essays pondering sex, sexuality, sex and gender, and everything under that umbrella. Some of these essays are powerful. They address concerns people have over sex, a topic that the human race is almost ubiquitously obsessed over, but unable to come to terms with.  Amanada Marcotte writes about a woman's right to wear whatever she wants and go out after dark without being called a slut who is "asking for it" as she writes about the monumental Slutwalk movement, and then its controversies, not only from right wing conservatives, but also from liberal feminists as well. There is an essay about the ethics of circumcision and so forth. For people who are interested in reading and learning more about the issues surrounding sex and our everyday lives, you should pick up this anthology.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2014

    If you're a fan of Rachel Kramer Bussel's erotica anthologies, t

    If you're a fan of Rachel Kramer Bussel's erotica anthologies, this essay collection might be a little different from what you're used to: not as sexy, and non-fiction, but still just as worth the read. This book covers a range of topics related to sex, some that aren't discussed as much and some that are all over popular media on a daily basis. The book is challenging and interesting and appeals to the more intellectual side of erotica and sex. 

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