Men are biologically programmed to want sex with lots of different women, whereas women are designed to stay true to one person, right?
In Untrue, New York Times -bestselling author Wednesday Martin reveals that we are just at the beginning of understanding women's sexuality properly. From New York to Namibia to a conference of sex researchers in Montreal, she takes us on a journey to understand women who refuse monogamy, posing questions about why we became sexually exclusive in the first place.
Martin attends all-female sex parties where married straight women fulfill their fantasies; considers contemporary societies where women take many lovers; analyses how the invention of the plough suppressed female autonomy; and presents fascinating research about why women stray (their motivations are not so different from men's).
Frank and myth busting, Untrue validates the desires of women everywhere, including the `silent majority' in committed relationships who struggle with staying faithful.
|Publication date||11 October 2018|
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