Loading comments… Trouble loading? Nov 29, Alison Prevo rated it it was amazing. Sex is complex, difficult to manage for each of us. Although Witt's essays primarily focus on hetero sex, I appreciated her research into Grindr, Scruff, etc.
Future Sex: A New Kind of Free Love by Emily Witt – review
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The result is an open-minded, honest account of the contemporary pursuit of connection and pleasure, and an inspiring new model of female sexuality - open, forgiving, and unafraid. This is actually already in place but only for families of divorce. When you read the beginning sentence of "Future Sex" you are filled with intrigue. This is a book about privilege; twenty-to-thirty-something's who can afford thousand dollar meditative orgasm classes, lofts in th I was interested in reading this book after hearing a couple of interviews with the author.
I've never read a book that made sex seem so depressing. Mar 22, Chance Lee rated it it was amazing Shelves: essays , true-story. It is no longer a haven for sexual misfits and exiles. Emily Witt is a writer in New York City.
Witt nearly admits this in the last sentence, but that can't justify pages of confused content. Oct 16, Morgan Schulman rated it it was ok. A young Bulgarian woman lamented to a friend that she hated her summer job, and wondered whether she could make more money webcamming for lonely men instead. Why waste energy figuring out what wild, inexpressible thing you might really want, when you know you're unlikely ever to get it? She reminds the reader often of her curmudgeonly personality, judging and stereotyping people, places, and things. Community Reviews. I appreciate how she puts herself out there into situations that would make many people uncomfortable.