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Garden of Desires: The Evolution of Womens Sexual Fantasies

Garden of Desires: the evolution of women's sexual fantasies


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Garden of Desires: The Evolution of Womens Sexual Fantasies

By Emily Dubberley


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    Here at Sh! we've been championing female sexual pleasure for years, but the acceptance of talking and reading about female sexual fantasy began in 1973 with Nancy Friday's multi-million-selling collection of real women's fantasies, My Secret Garden.

    Until that book was published, female sexual fantasy did not exist; not even within the pages of (usually raunchy) Cosmo, their opinion at the time being: 'Women do not have sexual fantasies, period. Men do.' Friday's book changed all that.

    Now, exactly forty years on from Friday's masterpiece, leading sex writer Emily Dubberley is curating a brand new female fantasy classic for the modern era.

    Emily Dubberley's Garden of Desires is a post-Fifty Shades, post-Sex and the City world and in its pages, hundreds of real women share details of their most private thoughts.

    Garden of Desires is an exploration of the meaning of desire... Dare to read, dare to dream, and dare to discover the new truths of female sexuality. The stories are red hot and completely original. And they're going to make your heart beat faster - and make headlines nationwide!

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    Author: Emily Dubberley

    Publisher: Black Lace Books

    Publishing date: September 2013

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    Emily Dubberley is one of the UK's leading sex writers. After completing her dissertation on whether women wanted their fantasies to come true, in 2001 she created Cliterati, the UK's original fantasy website for women. Cliterati has subsequently attracted international press coverage and reaches 10,000+ visitors per week. It was shortlisted for best sex and relationships blog in the Cosmopolitan Blog Awards 2012 and is currently shortlisted for best blog in the Xcite Book Awards
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