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This review is from: The Evolution of Desire: Strategies of Human Mating (Paperback)
Overall a very interesting book and equally a very disturbing book; it is one that I think a lot of people should read and that more research should be carried out in this field.
One thing that concerned me is that this book doesn't mention fetishes. Not at all. Not even one mention. Aren't fetishes a large and interesting aspect of the evolution of desire? Where did they come from? What are they for? Why may they have evolved? This book should have dedicated an entire chapter to fetishes and sexual preferences I believe, but it doesn't.
It also gets a tad repetitive, but I would still buy this book. I also wish there was a recent book on human mating: this came out in 2003!!
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Initial post: 5 Jun 2015 16:13:28 BDT
Raymond L. Moser says:
Fifty Shades of Gray seems to have broken that taboo. Fetish equality for all. * The replier neither supports or opposes the practice of any particular fetish.
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