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A Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend: For Every Guy Who Wants to be One/For Every Girl Who Wants to Build On by Felicity HuffmanA Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend: For Every ...

Have You Found Your Helen of Troy? She may not be the cause of a 1000-ye [ ... ]

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Our Stolen Future: Are We Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence and Survival? A Scientific Detective Story.Our Stolen Future: Are We Threatening Our Fertilit...

My introduction to Our Stolen Future came about ten years ago at a sustainable packing conference wh [ ... ]

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A Prisoner of Birth by Jeffrey Archer (INTERVIEW)A Prisoner of Birth by Jeffrey Archer (INTERVIEW)

Author Jeffrey Archer knows about reversals of fortune, From politics to best seller lists to prison [ ... ]

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Drinking, Smoking & Screwing: Great Writers on Good TimesDrinking, Smoking & Screwing: Great Writers on Goo...

You just don’t find compilations like this in the marketplace these days. Editor Sara Nicklès has [ ... ]

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Female Domination: An exploration of the male desire for Loving Female Authority by Elise Sutton

Is patriarchy doomed?

'Female Domination - An exploration of the male desire for Loving Female Authority' by Elise SuttonIs this age of Jihad a dying cry of the old order? Is it now time for men to step aside and let women rule?

In this book, Elise Sutton examines the prevalent male desire to be dominated by a woman, from a psychological perspective answering why many men have submissive desires toward the female gender, where these desires originate from, and how this common male fantasy reflects what is transpiring within society as a whole, as women become more liberated and independent.

After reading this book, I think many would find it a shock, but many will will also find it encouraging, as her research is thorough and her conclusions are persuasive.

Elise communicates that a woman in charge of her marriage and her bedroom is not perverse but is in fact mainstream in the twenty-first century of western civilisation.

Some may view the sexual practices discussed in this book as being kinky but if kinky adds spice to sex and if sex builds intimacy and if intimacy makes for a strong relationship, then perhaps we all should be kinky.


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