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Nothing was magnetizing, but everything was interesting.
In this capacity I liked how she was honest, open, skeptical, yet withholding of judgment.
The dismissive part of me thinks this is because there probably isn't anything deeper. Debería llamarse «Present sex» porque no cuenta nada que sea particularmente novedoso.
There's nothing wrong with polyamory or casual sex. Le sobran capítulos (el que habla sobre la historia de las apps de citas, el del OM...) y si bien tiene algunos interesantes (como el que trata sobre las relaciones abiertas) es una lástima que no haya podido sacarles más partido.
The researched elements were some of the best parts.
I disliked this book but not because I found the writing bad.
Ah, finally; this is the kind of book on sex and sexuality that has been made for raunchy millennials like me.
Time to leave The Ethical Slut behind and create a new wave of writing that honors the despondency, eroticism, and incessant need to push the limits of natural (quote-unquote) and ascribed (quote-unquote) boundaries that the younger generations are akin to have in their approach to the superfluous/conflated/exciting/instantly gratifying/messy serpent that is sexuality.There is an entire chapter devoted to sex at Burning Man.How you feel about that last sentence is how you will feel about this book.A funny, fresh, and moving antidote to conventional attitudes about sex and the single woman Emily Witt is single and in her thirties. Most of her male friends have slept with most of her female friends. But up until a few years ago, she still envisioned her sexual experience "eventually reaching a A funny, fresh, and moving antidote to conventional attitudes about sex and the single woman Emily Witt is single and in her thirties. Most of her male friends have slept with most of her female friends. But up until a few years ago, she still envisioned her sexual experience "eventually reaching a terminus, like a monorail gliding to a stop at Epcot Center." Like many people, she imagined herself disembarking, finding herself face-to-face with another human being, "and there we would remain in our permanent station in life: the future."But, as we all know, things are more complicated than that. Sexual acquisitiveness is risky and can be hurtful.And generalizing about what women want or don't want or should want or should do seems to lead nowhere.La mayoría de las cosas las cuenta de oídas porque la propia autora ha experimentado en primera persona muy poco de lo que narra.Me esperaba bastante más."In Witt's book, sexual problems often turn out to be narrative ones.I don't think there is a demographic group whose sexual practices I care less about than extremely affluent heterosexual Californians who spend 0 on orgasmic meditation retreats, throw sex parties in rented lofts, and have orgies at Burning Man.The focus in this book is so extremely narrow in terms of the type of people and the type of sex it discusses.Sexual fluidity and subversion deserve writing like this- just a tad more vitality would be nice.The narrative felt disjointed and her voice falls a bit flat; the latter gives a very depressing feel to the book.