Ultimately, this book looks at how far have we come in terms of understanding sex as a society, and asks the question, why is America still blaming and shaming when we know that those who point the finger are just as deviant as those they ridicule?
On a personal level, I strongly relate to this book as I have felt sexually oppressed for most of my life. I grew up in a Christian household and was taught that sex and sexual thoughts were a
Susie's first experience with a porography as a little girl.
She doesn't laught outloud all the time like she does on her radio show. The book is very well toned and easy to listen to.
This book is more about self discovery through listending to another person's experiences and point of view. As with any self discovery, it would be difficult to do it all at once. Plus 6 hours is a really long time.
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