Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery of Sadomasochism - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Philip Miller and Molly Devon
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Chapter 5 Summary and Analysis

The chapter begins by noting the role sexuality plays in the lives of individuals and the roles expected of each sex. First, the authors note the incorrect belief that men are self-satisfying creatures who are only concerned about their own sexual gratification and postulate the concept that males are capable of much more. Conversely, the authors dispel the notion that women are non-sexual and do not have their own fantasies. They note the self-defeating nature of such beliefs and counter these suggestions with the idea that men and women are equal in all areas of sexuality and emotional capacity.

The next section of the book discusses the topic of sexuality from a male point of view. Philip, the male author, begins by admitting that males enjoy orgasm. However, he also notes men need to learn to make love with compassion, tenderness...

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