The First Bad Man - Chapter Seven-Nine: Cheryl's Fantasies - Birth Class Summary & Analysis

Miranda July
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Cheryl talked about her feelings with Dr. Tibbets, how she felt things as Phillip when fighting with Clee and was advised to continue them, as Dr. Tibbets did not see them as problematic. During the next two weeks Cheryl took these fantasies to all-new levels, trying new positions and locations, always as Phillip having sex with Clee, going into great detail in order to reach climax. She attempted to bring Dr. Tibbets into the fantasy but when she told her about this, Dr. Tibbets would not let her and told her to stop. This did not stop Cheryl from escalating the fantasy to the point that every single man she had ever met was now having sex with Clee in her mind. In the next session with Dr. Tibbets, Cheryl was encouraged to try to sing to overcome...

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