I live, sleep, work and dream in the world of female sexuality.
More often than not, my writing and consulting work are focused on the world’s inability to cope with women’s sexual desire and sensual nature.
As a result women pay a high price globally for being descendents of Eve, the Original Sin bad girl who got us all thrown out of the Garden of Eden, and casting humankind for eons into a life of suffering outside of Paradise.
Last weekend’s NYTimes took up the subject of female sexual desire in Women Who Want to Want, Daniel Bergner’s story of a tub of raisins passed around Lori Brotto’s conference table at British Columbia Center for Sexual Medicine in Vancouver
In this definitely dense piece of writing, Bergner relates sex researcher Brotto’s moment of self-aware sexual awakening. I experienced a similar moment, a few years ago in a NIA dance class (yoga, African Dance and neuromuscular exercise).
The key paragraph in Grotto’s “aha” is a long one, but so very important for women and the men who adore them.
Our apologies. We’ve moved the rest of article back to Anne of Carversville.