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Sexual Intelligence:
What We Really Want From Sex, and How to Get It

Yes, there is something new to say about sex. Here’s a robust perspective about how sex really is, exploring dozens of what will be “Aha!” moments for every reader, such as:

  • Although most people say that what they want from sex is a combination of pleasure and closeness, that’s not what they usually focus on during sex.
  • The similarities between male and female sexuality are far more important than the differences.
  • Sexual function is a means to an end, not an end in itself. Paradoxically, focusing on “function” often undermines sexual satisfaction.
  • Anyone who thinks that orgasm is the best part of sex is missing most of what sex offers.
  • Our desire to be sexually “normal” is precisely what prevents us from becoming our authentic sexual selves.

Most people develop their model of sexuality when they have the body of a young, healthy person—which nobody has very long. Thus, we all need a different model of sexuality if we want to desire and enjoy sex throughout our lives. This book provides that model—by enhancing your Sexual Intelligence.

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