The Ship That Sailed into the Living Room: Sex and Intimacy Reconsidered...
|Title||:||The Ship That Sailed into the Living Room: Sex and Intimacy Reconsidered|
|Number of Pages||:||324 Pages|
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The Ship That Sailed into the Living Room: Sex and Intimacy Reconsidered Reviews
This woman is a little nutso. Like, she thinks men are unnecessary and if you just were to be on a lesbian compound long enough, you'd learn how to make babies without them. Because really, women are superior so of course we would figure out spontaneous asexual generation of offspring. I mean like, duh!This book is very anti-monogamy. On the sole evidence that her personal relationship had gotten boring and robotic. Of course it couldn't be her, it had to be the entire idea of monogamous "relationShip". And it couldn't be a challenge and opportunity to grow, it had to be men's fault. (Even though it was a lesbian relationship).Funny story: my ex-boyfriend raved about this book. He had read it right after a breakup and it really validated him about how messed up relationships can be. I read it and wanted to break up. HA, he was like d'oh.Of course it wasn't really the book. It was the fact that I'm a lesbian. And he was a dude. It just took me a while to figure that out. (Not that he was a dude. I got that part. The other part.)
A good read in terms of sparking thought around monogamy. Many think of their relationships in terms of levels of ownership, which may or may not be a good idea.