Female sexuality: Just when the waters seemed to have cleared a little
Sigmund Freud once said something to the effect that the one thing that truly eluded him was deciphering female behavior & sexuality (I read all his works by age 12 or so but still wrestle with some aspects of his claims & insights). I must admit that the range of plasticity in women — much culturally & socially influenced if not determined — is daunting (Men, by contrast, often seem like trolley trains on a one-way track). Now comes yet another book that is sure to confound any attempt by anthropologists, psychologists, sociologists and others to solve what Freud could not: http://www.alternet.org/sex-amp-relationships/memoir-female-lust I have come to the tentative conclusion that the best recourse is surrender — as in starting one’s 2nd childhood early and returning to those simplier, less confused days when everything was explained or solved by 30 or 60 minute TV shows & news specials as well as movies & mini-series. Either that or go mad and adopt a “Laugh In” or Timothy Leary spin on reality.
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Posted on July 17, 2013, in Human Sexuality, HUMOR & SATIRE, MINISTRY OF ENLIGHTENMENT, Psychology, SEX and tagged female sexuality, lust, Memoir of Female Lust, pornography, prono, satire, sexuality, Sigmund Freud, tongue-in-cheek. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Female sexuality: Just when the waters seemed to have cleared a little.