Sex in Literature
Lindsey Sanchez of the Beating Around the Book podcast interviewed Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife to discuss sex and intimacy in literature. Listen to learn more about: - What eroticism is, how to engage it, and how it relates to your partnership. - How literature with erotic content can move you out of the mundane of everyday life and into a place of play with your spouse. - How erotic literature can be used to enrich your life and partnership.
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