Thursday, November 16, 2006

Don't you want it now?

"Where passions rule desires dared to be dreamt."

SEX Intro:
"This book is about sex. Sex is not love. Love is not sex. But the best of both worlds is created when they come together. You can love God, you can love the planet, you can love the human race and you can love all things, but the best way for human beings to show love is to love one another. It's the way we spread love through the universe: one to one. Love is something we make. Pass it on.


-Madonna on her Sex book, which I have never seen. I'm curious about it. I think that most people are intrigued by lust and sensuality--and are into mutual pleasure, but at the same time are somewhat uptight about sharing fantasies and nudity. I admire Madonna's boldness, but I think that some men might be intimidated by women who are honest about their interest in erotica.

Any thoughts? Thrust em at me. ;-)

3 comments:

jim said...

I've never seen Madonna's book either.

About being intimidated...perhaps you are right. I think more women are interested in erotica than would admit it (probably more men too). I work at a library, and the hot item here are the erotic fiction titles -- read almost exclusively by women.

spencer said...

I've always found a woman's interest in erotica intriguing - maybe even beguiling. Maybe because I've always believed erotica to be more of a tool when used by a man (definitely more accepted by the public). And for a woman, it seems less so. Does that make any sense?

I do find it odd the vast difference between how erotica (am I thinking porn) is viewed when consumed by males - and how it is considered when viewed and owned by a woman.

Pax Romano said...

Hate to admit this, but I own a copy of this book.

It's a huge over sized (poorly bound with wire) book with a metal cover and back.

Inside are pictures of Madge in various states of dress and undress , doing all kinds of outrageous things...I don't think the pictures are particularly erotic as they are sensational.

My ex and I bought this book back when it came out...later on we admitted that we had wasted our money