Inviting Desire: A guide for women who want to enhance their sex life

Inviting Desire: A guide for women who want to enhance their sex life

by Walker J. Thornton

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Overview

Inviting Desire, A Guide for Women Who Want to Enhance Their Sex Life, is your guide to creating a sexier, more alive, and in touch you-at midlife and beyond.It features matter-of-fact, open conversations about sex and sexuality that reflect the reality of midlife women. Using a 30-day format, each day focuses on a topic, using writings, images, and exercises to help women experience pleasure. You'll explore self-care, sexual health, learning to ask for what you want, and more. Inviting Desire teaches you to enhance awareness of your body and embrace your sexuality. Walker Thornton has crafted a book to give you tools for a more sexually satisfying life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997601909
Publisher: Silver Spiral Press
Publication date: 06/25/2016
Pages: 154
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

Walker Thornton is a sex educator, speaker, and sexual health writer. Her mission is to help women embrace their sexuality in a way that feels comfortable at each stage of life. Her writing has appeared on the American Sexual Health Association website, Huffington Post, Better After 50, Senior Planet, and other sites. She is the Sexual Health Columnist for Midlife Boulevard and writes about midlife sexuality at Kinkly.com. Walker currently serves on the Sexuality and Aging Consortium of Widener University's Leadership Committee. She has presented at the Sexuality and Aging Symposium, CatalystCon, and in other venues across the country.
A former executive director of sexual assault crisis centers, in Alabama and Virginia, with many years of nonprofit board experience at the local and state level, Walker now works to educate and support older women with sexuality-related issues. She lives in Charlottesville, VA, where she went to college at UVA in the early 70s. Walker has a Masters in Educational Psychology from the University of Georgia, and post-graduate work at North Carolina State University.

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