[Wednesday Martin PhD] Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free [quilting Book] ePUB – Kindle eBook, eBook & PDF Download

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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Primates of Park Avenue a bold timely reconsideration of female infidelity that will upend everything you thought you knew about women and sex What do straight married female revelers at an all women's sex club in LA have in common with nomadic pastoralists in Namibia who bear children by men not their husbands Like women worldwide they crave sexual variety novelty and excitement In ancient Greek tragedies Netflix series tabloids and pop songs we've lon. Having just finished the book Sapiens a few weeks ago I knew that the switch from hunter gathering to agriculture was the greatest crime in history according to the author But he did not parse the catastrophic effect by gender Wednesday Martin does and you will never think of the word plough the same way again You ll never think about many things the same way after reading this book Some of my fellow mid to late middle aged friends when hearing or reading about Untrue say they don t want to read about infidelity as if the book is endorsing it which it is not What the book is advocating for is the closing of the sexual entitlement gap The scientific research is as entertainingly presented as the cultural observations and the conclusions derived from both are astonishing

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Erviews with sex researchers anthropologists and real women from all walks of life Untrue challenges our deepest assumptions about ourselves monogamy and the women we think we know From recent data suggesting women may struggle than men with sexual exclusivity to the revolutionary idea that females of many species evolved to be promiscuous to Martin's trenchant assertion that female sexual autonomy is the ultimate metric of gender euality Untrue will change the way you think about women and sex foreve. Part of a groundswell of new thinking on sex and gender roles Backed up with as good facts as possible given the limited social sharing in this areaand that s part of the point of the book A great read neither prurient nor overly factual

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G portrayed such cheating women as dangerous and damaged We love to hate women who are untrue But who are they really And why in this age of female empowerment do we continue to judge them so harshly In Untrue feminist author and cultural critic Wednesday Martin takes us on a bold fascinating journey to reveal the unexpected evolutionary legacy and social realities that drive female faithlessness while laying bare our motivations to contain women who step out Blending accessible social science and int. This is a rehash of a lot of good books but not written as well as those books I found my self wondering why the author wrote this book research was weak the teases of vulnerability never materialized and I found myself disappointed in a lazy review of other well written material Read Sex at Dawn then read Opening Up Ethical Slut and Esther Perel s first book Mating In Captivity all very well written and deeply thoughtful books Skip this one


12 thoughts on “ Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free

  1. says:

    I recently heard about Dr. Martin’s work via Chris Ryan’s podcast, Tangentially Speaking, and immediately bought the book upon publication. I was riveted from the start, and found it hard to put down. The research that Martin describes is validating of many of my own and my friend’s experiences, some paradoxical: high desire, loss of libido in committed relationships, loss of libido after having children, wanting s

  2. says:

    I think Wednesday read 50 Shades of Gray and got an idea to write a book.
    Science, a healthy understanding of physiology, spiritual health no

  3. says:

    Having just finished the book Sapiens a few weeks ago, I knew that the switch from hunter gathering to agriculture was “the greatest crime

  4. says:

    If you’ve been a fan of the TED talk stars and bestsellers Chris Ryan (Sex at Dawn) and Esther Perel (Mating in Captivity, The State is Affairs) this is the other puzzle piece you were looking for.

    I’ve actually decided to host a book club about Untrue next week and some friends are starting to give me feedback on how the reading

  5. says:

    I heard about the book from Open Love 101 (John & Jackie Melfi), and since I have always been fascinated with, and about, females in general,

  6. says:

    This is a rehash of a lot of good books, but not written as well as those books. I found my self wondering why the author wrote this book; research was weak, the teases of vulnerability never materialized and I found myself disappointed in a l

  7. says:

    Part of a groundswell of new thinking on sex and gender roles. Backed up with as good facts as possible given the limited

  8. says:

    While the book does present some interesting science and stories, it does not live up to the hype of a book about the science of female sexuality that overturns the mainstream science on its head. Martin is another example

  9. says:

    This book is a game changer. I am beyond glad I bought it. It is helping me understand myself better and it answers the kinda questions many women are often too afraid to ask for fear of judgment. Ladies, this is compulsory reading whether you are 18 or 80. Do yourself (and the females in your life) a favour and buy this A

  10. says:

    Excellent book! Very interesting researches and easy to read.

  11. says:

    OK read, I'm not really a fan.

  12. says:

    We deserve the truth! Thank you for sharing this truth to the world where we can empower women to be genuine and authentic. We are not an assembly line of women, we are unique and deserve to be proud of that!!