The new buzzword in female sexuality is qsexual fluidityq-the idea that for many women, sexual identity can shift over time, often in the direction of same-sex relationships. Examples abound in popular culture, from actress Cynthia Nixon, who left her male partner of 15 years to be with a woman, to writer and comedienne Carol Leifer, who divorced her husband for the same reason. In a culture increasingly open to accepting this fluidity, Dear John, I Love Jane is a timely, fiercely candid exploration of female sexuality and personal choice. The book is comprised of essays written by a broad spectrum of women, including a number of well-known writers and personalities. Their stories are sometimes funny, sometimes painful-but always achingly honest-accounts of leaving a man for a woman, and the consequences of making such a choice. Arousing, inspiring, bawdy, bold, and heartfelt, Dear John, I Love Jane is an engrossing reflection of a new era of female sexuality.... that she liked me. In fact, I craved her presence; she made me feel desirable, attractive, and talented. On the other hand, part of me was repulsed by the idea that Jessie liked me. Later that afternoon, I typed a poem on my Olivetti manualanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dear John, I Love Jane|
|Author||:||Candace Walsh, Laura Andre, Lisa Diamond|
|Publisher||:||Seal Press - 2010-10-19|