Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery of Sadomasochism Topics for Discussion

Philip Miller and Molly Devon
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Philip and Molly state several times throughout the book that sadomasochism is a safe, healthy and acceptable alternative to 'regular' sexual activity. After reading the book, do you agree or disagree? Be sure to clarify your reasoning.

In chapter 3, the authors point to BBS systems, or computer bulletin board systems, as acceptable ways of meeting potential partners. With the advancement of technology since the book was written making the Internet accessible for nearly everyone, do you believe the Internet is an acceptable way to meet potential sexual partners? Why or why not?

In chapter 5, Philip notes the difference in sexual behaviors of males and females, namely that women use their entire bodies as sexual organs. His solution is that males should become more like females and enjoy all acts of sensuality or sexuality. Do you agree that this philosophy can enhance male sexual encounters...

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