This is the book I wish I could have written! Dr. Gloria Brame graduated from the same school as I did – Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.....
Without divulging too much more about the Brame’s book (go read it yourself!), I like to highlight some note-worth points she made in section two.
1) Sex and gender differences are NOT diseases or biological “flaws”. They are normal manifestations of human sexological diversity.
2) Accepting one’s core sexuality identity is key to personal happiness.
She not only provides five hallmarks of a sexual identity crisis, but also shares the five key areas she assesses when helping people resolve relationship conflicts, and proceeds to elaborate on each of them. These conflicts are: 1) Relationship type; 2) Sex Acts; 3) Sexual Self-Identity; 4) Sexual Personality; 5) Sexual Function.
In Section Three, Brame gets precise with her foreplay and touching advice for all genders. You might like to know straight up her two commonsense rules most parents do not teach us about sex: 1) Cleanliness; 2) Politeness!All in all, I love this book and was impressed with how Brame was able to cover so much ground with such precision, and insight.
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