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About the Author
Anne-Marlene Henning was born in Denmark in 1964 and studied neuropsychology and sexology. She has worked in her own sex therapy practice for 20-years and in 2013 presented a TV documentary series on sex education.
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Ann-Marlene Henning, a Danish neuro-psychologist, sexologist, and TV personality, develops a unique engagement with her reader. I felt I was in conversation with her – once or twice, unintentionally, I even talked back, out loud.
From the very first page, she builds your trust in what she has to say. Her professional life is devoted to young people learning to discover love and sex. She explains how it feels to give and receive love. She is realistic about the risks, but just as strong on the adventure.
The book covers almost every question anyone might ask. Ann-Marlene always gives straight answers. No preaching, no prejudice, yet SEX AND LOVERS: a practical guide always gives the best advice.
The real positive is that it does talk about the 'porn' myth and how it is all fake but there is something missing which is important. That of being same sex couples/relationships, having experienced the thoughts of others about the context of this book I can understand why this was not really mentioned at all. People got upset about a book that explains the simple facts of life to help young people for some reason, so same sex relationships would maybe made this book not available or Amazon would not stock it. So I think the next version could include more about same sex relationships and understanding your own sexual identity, this is something that is really missing and if the authors decide to write about that in the same manner as they have in this book it will help a lot of young people.
Bottom line is this book explains things, it gives young people more knowledge and the more knowledge young people have the better choices they can make. If you think that giving them this book will make young people have more sex or start having sex that is nonsense because that is not what this book is about. This book just gives young people the information they need to know because what happens to their bodies is natural and it needs to explained to them. So this book simply explains it and then they learn the right way about having relationships (relationships not sex but yes sex is a part of it). Well written and a great book.