Being a self-proclaimed self-help junkie, I've read and listened to my fair share of advice on love and sex. With all of the experts out there that sometimes support, but more often than not contradict, each other, you need to find a way to sift through the rubble and find what works for you. Do you agree or disagree with the following specialists? Who's your favorite voice on love?
"[Sexuality] really is: a source of power, a well from which I could draw the energy I needed to discover who I was and how I wanted to live my life."
— Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of Female Orgasm
“To be honest, and the flip side is, more men want to submit, to be dominated. I'm not talking about leather and whips. I'm talking about they don't always want to feel like they have to be in charge of the session.”
"We look for someone or something to blame, whether it is our partners, our jobs, or the entire male species. Unfortunately, placing the blame on others does nothing to improve our relationships. Instead, it acts as a toxic force that prevents us from taking control of our lives and finding the love, sex, and intimacy we so want."
— It's Not Him, It's You!: How to Take Charge of Your Life and Create the Love
"[In order to find love in 90 days] you go on a dating program of three. You date three guys at the same time, without having sex with any of them."
—Love in 90 Days: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love