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Learn About Sexuality




Genres: Education & Teaching, Nonfiction, Self Help & Relationships


Book Type:Print

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Learn About Sexuality provides information about sexuality: Biological: reproduction, sex and gender; responsiveness, orientation and personality; and sexual anatomy & development of both sexes. Emotional: engaging in intercourse; non-sexual intimacy; and our willingness to consent to sexual activity with others. Intellectual: our motivation to explore sexual fantasies; masturbation alone; and how we can achieve orgasm alone and with a lover. Social: interacting with others in return for payment or other non-relationship rewards; committed relationships; and sexual pleasuring. All of the text (132 articles) from Jane's book 'Learn About Sexuality' is replicated on the website under the top menu headings: BIOLOGICAL, EMOTIONAL, INTELLECTUAL & SOCIAL (33 articles in each category).


Hi, I am Jane Thomas, author of I present the anatomical and evolutionary precedents for responsiveness. I provide a detailed comparison of the techniques used by men and women to achieve orgasm. I explain the very different sexual behaviours men and women employ. I discuss the sex research findings and suggest reasons why they may have been misinterpreted.

Book Details

Book Type: Print

ISBN-13: 9780956894748

Publisher: Nosper books


Language: English

Pages: 313

Interior: BW

Keywords: , , ,


I am Jane Thomas, the sex educator and researcher. I promote enjoyment of eroticism, sexual pleasuring and caring behaviours. I am passionate about combatting sexual ignorance. Please feel free to contact me with your comments! I don’t call myself a feminist. I believe that men and women have a right to equal respect. Neither do I think of myself as a sexologist. I call myself a sex writer because I write about sex in the detail necessary to facilitate an understanding of sexual issues. I give those, who are interested, the opportunity to read and consider the consequences of what I am saying.

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