This self-advertising phenomenon, who has sold an ice-box to an Eskimo, hatched an ostrich egg and told it all on...

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HOW I BECAME AN AUTHORITY ON SEX

This self-advertising phenomenon, who has sold an ice-box to an Eskimo, hatched an ostrich egg and told it all on television, confesses, none too softly, that ""since early childhood sex has been the primary interest in my life."" The pursuit has been assiduous, and if there are ways and combinations in which he hasn't made it, he has friends who have. Behind the raunchy anecdotes and miscellaneous erotic information (e.g. the love lives of whales and snails) is a plug for Open Marriage and the Sexual Revolution propped up by an ample bibliography. Although Women's Libbers won't believe it he says he loves women and gives pleasure at the same time that he seeks it. Moran's against jealousy and enforced monogamy, for open and honest relationships. A less censored account of the author's views and activities than you're likely to get when watching his act on TV.

Pub Date: July 1, 1973

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Publisher: Stein & Day

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1973