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Do women have sex simply to express love, experience pleasure, or reproduce? when clinical psychologist Cindy M. Meston and evolutionary psychologist David M. Buss joined forces to investigate women's underlying sexual motivations, what they found astonished them.
Using women's own words, and backed by extensive scientific evidence, the authors delve into the use of sex to defend against a mate's infidelity, to boost social status, to barter for household chores, and even to cure a migraine headache. Why Women have Sex stands as the richest and deepest psychological understanding of women's sexuality and promises to inform every woman's (and her partner's) awareness of her relationship to sex.
Introduction: Inside the Sexual Mind xi
1 What Turns Women On?
Scent, Body, Face, Voice, Movement, Personality, and-Yes-Humor 1
2 The Pleasure of it
Sexual Gratification and Orgasm 28
3 The Thing Called Love
An Emotional and Spiritual Connection 50
4 The Thrill of Conquest
From Capturing a Mate to Poaching One 78
5 Green-Eyed Desire
From Guarding a Mate to Trading Up 99
6 A Sense of Duty
When Responsibility or Guilt Calls 117
7 A Sense of Adventure
When Curiosity, Variety-and Mate Evaluation-Beckon 145
8 Barter and Trade
The Value of Sex-Literally and Figuratively 167
9 The Ego Boost
Body Image, Attention, Power, and Submission 191
10 The Dark Side
Sexual Deception, Punishment, and Abuse 211
11 Sexual Medicine
The Health Rewards of a Sex Life 236
Conclusion: Women's Sexual Complexities 261
Posted April 19, 2013
Well this book was about you know sex. It was about girls and how they want there bodies treated for example there boobs or there private places. Yes i know this may be s little bad worded, but you need to kniw if you want it. I hope you enjoy
I read this and had sexm i knew where to touch her body and how. Take a look at those boobs!
Posted January 27, 2013
Posted July 19, 2011
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