I'm like the kid in kindergarten; I really do send valentines to everyone.
I'm a Mommy's Girl - the strongest influence in my young life was my mom.
I think that you have to do everything you can do to empower girls when they are young, from their education, to their successful independence, to their sexual self-knowledge.
I'm writing a new book right now that is like an erotica manifesto.
You have to calendar time for yourself even if you have no idea what you're going to do with it.
Doing the right thing for someone else was like a tonic for me; it was like some magic ointment that made a wound disappear.
I had no idea that mothering my own child would be so healing to my own sadness from my childhood.
Human beings like variety, and they also like partnership... these are scientific values we can point to.
I got more and more politically active and just followed the course of feminism and sexual liberation.
I see the effects of sexual and gender liberation all around me, just like you do, but I don't have a sense of being in the majority.
It's not that sexual liberation or feminist messages are dead.
My idea of the ideal sex education site doesn't exist.
People who love science fiction really do love sex.
There are also just as many, if not more, women who are anxious to hold down the status quo.
There is more criticism of puritanism, and more distance from Christian morality, than there has been before.
You name the demonstration; I was at it.
Familiarity with your lover is what initially makes sex really good.
Finding people who get enormous pleasure from reading books is a more and more unusual experience, and so writers just so much want to be heard.
I got introduced to audiobooks because of having a baby.
I love turning my daughter on to old movies.