This is important reading for everyone and should, in my opinion, be the backbone for all sexual education, both in the classroom and at home.
I bought this book shortly after deciding that my major goal in life (aside from being an author) is to be a sex therapist. I specifically want to work on sexual dysfunction within relationships. Reading this book has made me even more interested in the field and I think that, having read this first, I have a good idea of the mainstream challenges I will face going into it, both from academics and the eventual patients themselves. I’m ready to face this head-on and start sharing the good word that sex is awesome, healthy, and taken way too seriously in a negative context.
Please consider reading whether you have all the answers or have a billion questions. It is informative, funny, and sad toward the end when it goes into the history of some of the most oppressive crusades since the actual crusades.