The Sensuous Woman
by J

A surprisingly unsophisticated, Gee whiz! kind of look at sex. It stresses sex, not as an end in itself, but as a weapon to catch and keep a man. It assumes that women are parasites who leach off men.

The premise is that what a man looks for in a woman is a good lay, while the intelligent woman, who is interested in security, will be a good lay to get what she really wants. The "startling" revelation is that any woman can be a good lay and that it can be fun and not just a job.

Year Read: 1973


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