COMMONSENSE SEX by Ronald M. Mazur

COMMONSENSE SEX

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KIRKUS REVIEW

While this is primarily intended for young adults (in between elementary sex education and marriage manuals), Mr. Mazur ranges widely over the whole question of sexual freedom and posits that the good life is achieved through valid relationships (whatever their social or legal sanction). Believing that it is ""not enough to know how to make love, we must learn how to be loving"" he applies this to various situations, including homosexuality and adultery (a word he discards). If you believe in virginity, retain it; if you can substantiate satisfaction via a more complete relationship it is viable. Whatever answer you are looking for is here, but not without indications of the dangers freer sexual options entail.

Pub Date: Oct. 11th, 1968
Publisher: Beacon