This book, written by philosopher, lecturer and media personality Patricia Petersen, argues that we tend to "blindly" assume that many sexual practices, such as homosexuality and sexual fantasy are immoral, when in fact, they need not be considered so. Interesting, useful and amusing information about sex is outlined. Sexual facts are combined with a contemporary philosophical approach to provide solutions to some perplexing sexual and relationship problems.
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Patricia Petersen is the resident relationship and sexuality expert for Sydney radio 2UE, Brisbane radio stations B 105 FM and Bay FM. She regularly speaks on Australian, Canadian, UK and US radio stations. She has been featured in many international newspapers and magazines including the London Times, Sydney Morning Herald, Courier Mail, Age and Advertiser. Leading television shows including the Today Show, Today Tonight, A Current Affair and ABC News have covered her work. She is a Lecturer, counsellor and journalist. She has written for a number of newspapers on relationship issues and concerns. She submitted her PhD (Philosophy Department, University of Queensland) entitled "Ethics and Sexual Fantasy" in 1999.Review:
"Guilt wracks lovers - Patricia Petersen said all of them felt guilty about some aspect of their sexuality." -- Herald Sun, November 14 1999
"In her book, Petersen traces the philosophical foundations for society's beliefs and attitudes towards sex." -- Queensland Times, 18 Jan 2000
"Loves Just a Phone Call Away: Australian women want more romance in relationships while men want more trust." -- Herald Sun, January 19,2000
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Descripción Boolarong Press, Queensland, Australia, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good. First Edition. This book has some light shelf wear, but is otherwise in excellent condition. Size: Size E: 8"-9" Tall (203-228mm). Nº de ref. de la librería 123581