Obscene Thoughts: A Pornographer's Perspective on Sex, Love and Dating examines progressive, intellectual and academic constructs regarding mate selection, sexual behavior and the reasons why people cheat. Obscene Thoughts investigates and deconstructs core socioeconomic and biological values and the sexual behaviors of men and women, in a fresh, distinct manner.
Dave Pounder, the author, narrates the book himself and does so beautifully almost as if I were sitting down listening to him talk about various aspects of human dating behavior. The author is not only a great storyteller but also a good speaker with a pleasant voice and tone that captivates you.Pounder did a much better job than the first narrator whose delivery I found exaggerated and annoying.
Pounder gives us insight into the psychology of dating using thoughtful analogies. While Pounder's conclusions may not be aligned with what we want to believe, I have observed real life evidence to support Pounder's assertions.
The content is thoroughly engaging and provocative. Each chapter left me thinking, sometimes laughing and on occasion disagreeing with some of the author's comments.
This is dinner topic fun! Read it and discuss it with friends!
This book is so bad I returned it after giving an hour of my life.
The narrator has a voice that should be reading the news, not a book.
The author has a large vocabulary with which he re-hashes every sexist prejudice you can think of: for example, one reason a man has no interest in sex is because he may have a small deformed penis.
Women want babies as much as men want sex according to this moron.
Utter rubbish. Read Jesse Bering's Perv instead.
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