Susie is off this week but has a special edition from 2013 for you to enjoy. She spends the entire show with guest Daniel Bergner, whose book What Do Women Want? was on the New York Times best-seller list. The book is subtitled Adventures in the Science of Female Desire, and it disrupts the typical idea that women are more monogamous than men. Bergner's research also turns the tables on conventional thinking about women's desires and arousal. He and Susie consider why women aren't seen as animalistic, whether research takes sexual politics into consideration, and the nature of female erotic fantasies and lust.
Have a question or news story for Susie? You can send your confidential queries and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Encore Episode, July 10, 2015]
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Would you try another book written by Susie Bright or narrated by Susie Bright?
No .... this book is a mismatch between an expert and a presenter, who tries to sound hip.
What could Susie Bright have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
find the facts of the story instead of misguided opinions. One example was stated hat women were visual being ... like men are noted to be. The trouble is .... women are visual for themselves .... hence fashion magazines directed at women for women. I think women compete with each other, they rarely are visual only for men unless they want something?
Did Susie Bright do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?
Did In Bed with Susie Bright Encore Edition: 'What Do Women Want?' Susie Interviews Author Daniel Bergner inspire you to do anything?
No, as usual, the interviewer wants to sex up the interview by cutting across the mild mannered Daniel with her fake laugh and need to impress.
Any additional comments?
don't buy it.