Oh my goodness. I absolutely devoured this book, and I’m not sure if it’s because I was coming off reading a book I wasn’t enjoying or just because this book is So Good (capitals required). But I love Darius and I think you should too.
It’s easy to get caught up and more interested in the attitudes towards sex & sexuality in your own community, or even your country as a whole. When researching sexuality, I focus a lot on the US because that is where I’m at, and that’s what effects me. However, thinking about sexuality on a more global scale can really get the wheels turning in your head. Sexuality is a grand, universal thing and each community, culture, and religion have there own view points on what to make of it.
One of my favorite things to do when I’m not talking about sex, is listen to other people talk about sex. I geek out over what any one has to say, even if I might not necessarily agree or if it’s not entirely correct. Though some of the best sex conversation comes from your everyday friends, acquaintances, or whomever, some of the most fascinating stuff of course comes from people who study this stuff inside and out, and come up with their own unique way of giving that information to the world.