SELF-HELP

Taking Sexy Back: How To Own Your Sexuality and Create the Relationships You Want

New Harbinger. Feb. 2020. 240p. ISBN 9781684033461. pap. $16.95. SELF-HELP
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Instead of striving to be sexy to fulfill the desires of others, women need to explore their own sexuality, writes Solomon (psychology, Northwestern Univ.; Loving Bravely) in this deep dive into the messages most women hear about sex growing up. The author advises readers to turn the “I shoulds” to “I want” and shows women how to be mindfully present during sex and to create situations with their partners that are safe and playful. While concentrating on sexy as a state of mind, Solomon also addresses the physical and erotic components of intercourse.
VERDICT A welcome read for women looking to explore more adventurous, impassioned sexual lives.

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