All this knitting, sewing, walking in the woods and working for a not-for-profit has finally put me on the path towards eco-awareness. Better late then never eh? Plus the other stuff in my life.
Oh... my... goodness...
I do guess you can find a book on practically anything.It is interesting what people think necessary though.Maybe the author thought there was only one way to that.
This link is currently circulating among my friends and relatives as I write this :) Cheers!
nigel: well said...angela: I suppose this just illustrates the concept of finding or creating a market for whatever you want to peddle.harvestbird: you're very welcome. I presume your friends and relatives won't be welcoming this news because they need Christian sex therapy?
Hmmm: well, if I've done them a favour in this regard it was not intentional!
Well...gosh...I do think this is healthier than a repressive "sex apart from in the missionary position for purposes of procreation is bad" attitude I somehow expect from fundamentalism.It reminds me of the hilarious scene in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" where the rockstar gives the young Christian newly wed husband some good advice
harvestbird: I think you should ask ;-)mtnw: I haven't seen that film, but I can imagine the rockstar's advice may not have been particularly appropriate...
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