Exploring female fantasy

September 13, 2013

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Yesterday (12/09/13) saw the release of a new book about female fantasy. The Garden of Desires, written by the wonderful Emily Dubberley, is an update on Nancy Friday’s ground breaking My Secret Garden. This is a subject that’s not been explored or updated in the 40 years since Friday declared that women do fantasise during sex.

I was honoured to be asked to contribute a few of my thoughts to the book, which sat amongst thoughts and observations of many highly esteemed sex writers and journalists. This is a must-read for anyone interested in the development and study of female sexuality.

While on the topic of female sexuality, I also recently contributed a (lengthy) feature to Rude Magazine discussing the notion that women only look as far as the pill as a contraceptive option and question why that might be. Read the full article here. (No longer available)

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