books.broadwayworld.com

Ramon Piñon Jr. Releases FICTION AND FANTASY: OPENING PANDORA'S BOX

Ramon Piñon Jr. Releases FICTION AND FANTASY: OPENING PANDORA'S BOX

Everything's out in the open when one raises the lid on Pandora's Box. Learn about sexual fantasies, love, why people have sex, the mythologies of human anatomy, sexual desire and arousal, orgasm, the taboo subject of solitary sex, the controversies of erotic preference and gender diversity, unusual sexual practices, and sexual violence.

Friction and Fantasy: Opening Pandora's Box offers a historically informed way of trying to make sense of one of the most emblematic aspects of our humanity. Beginning with the seemingly simple query - what is sex? - this book takes the reader on a wide-ranging exploration of the complexities and mysteries of our sexual universe.

Coming to grips with sexuality is no easy task, because one's attempts to understand and distinguish between reality and illusion are mired in myths, misinformation, moral and religious imperatives, lack of scientific knowledge, and even wishful thinking. Truly, in all ways this book is a most stimulating read!

FRICTION AND FANTASY: OPENING PANDORA'S BOX (ISBN: 978-1-63135-070-2) is now available for $20 and can be ordered through the publisher's website:
http://sbprabooks.com/RamonPinonJr or at www(dot)amazon(dot)com or www(dot)barnesandnoble(dot)com.

WHOLESALERS: This book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors. Contact your representative with the ISBN for purchase. Wholesale purchase for retailers, universities, libraries, and other organizations is also available through the publisher; please email bookorder(at)aeg-online-store(dot)com

About the Author: Ramon Piñon Jr. retired from the University of California, San Diego after 36 years of teaching and research. He taught classes spanning a broad area of modern biology, and developed the first human reproduction course at the UCSD Biology Department in 1973.

Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC


REVIEWS
BWW Reviews: THE DEAD CIRCUS Brings L.A., the Sixties, to LifeBWW Reviews: THE DEAD CIRCUS Brings L.A., the Sixties, to Life

Become a Fan, Follower & Subscriber