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Virgin Envy

Author : Jonathan A. Allan
ISBN : 9781786990372
Genre : Social Science
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Virginity is of concern here, that is its utter messiness. At once valuable and detrimental, normative and deviant, undesirable and enviable. Virginity and its loss hold tremendous cultural significance. For many, female virginity is still a universally accepted condition, something that is somehow bound to the hymen, whereas male virginity is almost as elusive as the G-spot: we know it's there, it’s just we have a harder time finding it. Of course boys are virgins, queers are virgins, some people reclaim their virginities, and others reject virginity from the get go. So what if we agree to forget the hymen all together? Might we start to see the instability of terms like untouched, pure, or innocent? Might we question the act of sex, the very notion of relational sexuality? After all, for many people it is the sexual acts they don’t do, or don’t want to do, that carry the most abundant emotional clout. Virgin Envy is a collection of essays that look past the vestal virgins and beyond Joan of Arc. From medieval to present-day literature, the output of HBO, Bollywood, and the films of Abdellah Taïa or Derek Jarman to the virginity testing of politically active women in Tahrir Square, the writers here explore the concept of virginity in today’s world to show that ultimately virginity is a site around which our most basic beliefs about sexuality are confronted, and from which we can come to understand some of our most basic anxieties, paranoias, fears, and desires.

The First Time

Author : Karen Bouris
ISBN : 0943233933
Genre : Social Science
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Firsthand accounts, by women, of the "loss of virginity"--including both positive and negative perceptions--provide valuable tools for parents to open doors of communication to promote healthy discussion of sexuality between them and teenage daughters. Reprint. IP.

The First Time

Author : Kate Monro
ISBN : 9781848312821
Genre : Social Science
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A groundbreaking and very personal insight into modern sexuality. Losing our virginity - it happens to all of us. How did it happen for you? What do other people think and feel about it? In February 2007, Kate Monro went on a mission to find out. She decided to ask as many people as possible - how did you lose your virginity? Men and women, old and young, gay, straight, Christian and Muslim; the stories range from the funny and the sad to the happy and occasionally, the unbelievable. Thus was born her much reviewed blog, The Virginity Project, and now this book. How do we define the loss of our virginity? What, if any, impact does the first time have on the rest of our lives? And in some cases how do we know for sure when that moment has occurred? After all sorts of conversations with all sorts of people, Kate will reveal the truth about other people's most intimate sexual stories. She also discovers that the answers are not always as straightforward as you might think.

Virginity Lost

Author : Laura Carpenter
ISBN : 9780814772003
Genre : Social Science
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Nervous, inexperienced, confused. For most, losing your virginity is one of life's most significant moments, always to be remembered. Of course, experiences vary, but Laura Carpenter asks: Is there an ideal way to lose it? What would constitute a “positive” experience? What often compels the big step? And, further, what does “going all the way” really mean for young gays and lesbians? In this first comprehensive study of virginity loss, Carpenter teases out the complexities of all things virgin by drawing on interviews with both young men and women who are straight, gay or bisexual. Virginity Lost offers a rare window into one of life's most intimate and significant sexual moments. The stories here are frank, poignant and fascinating as Carpenter presents an array of experiences that run the gamut from triumphant to devastating. Importantly, Carpenter argues that one's experience of virginity loss can have a powerful impact on one's later sexual experiences. Especially at a time of increased debate about sexual abstinence versus safe sex education in public schools, this important volume will provide essential information about the sex lives of young people.

What Lies Across The Water

Author : Stephen Kimber
ISBN : 9781483501871
Genre : True Crime
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Is the man who blows up an airplane and kills dozens of civilians a murderous terrorist... or a valiant freedom fighter? Is the man who tries to stop the bomber a threat to national security... or a hero of the people? It depends. What Lies Across the Water is a narrative nonfiction thriller. About terrorists who blow up airplanes and try to overthrow governments. About intelligence agents who try to stop them. The twist is that these terrorists are not Muslim. They’re Cuban exiles. And the men trying to stop them? Cuban intelligence agents. What Lies Across the Water examines the post-9/11 Bush doctrine—“Any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorism will be regarded by the United States as a hostile regime”—by focusing on what happened in Miami and Havana in the 1990s when the American government—and Miami’s Cuban violent exile community—ratcheted up their attacks against Cuba. Cuba responded by sending intelligence agents to South Florida to penetrate the plotters. What Lies Across the Water uses an in-the-moment narrative to tell the parallel, converging, diverging stories of the exile militants, Cuban intelligence officers and FBI agents as they clash in Havana, Miami and the Straits of Florida. The story moves from the streets of Little Havana to real Havana’s Tropicana nightclub, from the hotel bar at the Copacabana Hotel to the inner sanctum of the White House—and back. What Lies Across the Water climaxes when Cuba’s intelligence agents—the Cuba Five—are arrested and sentenced to long prison terms while the exile terrorists go free. Who’s really a terrorist and who’s really a freedom fighter?

Cdo A Story About Selling Collateralized Debt Obligations

Author : Ed SJC Park
ISBN : 9781105922497
Genre : Fiction
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CDO is the sequel to eGo: A Dot-Com Bubble Story. After surviving the adventures of the Dot-com Bubble and Crash in Reno, Nevada, Bill becomes a Collateralized Debt Obligations salesperson in New York City. He enters the bafflingly complex and shadowy world of financial engineering selling what appear to be safely hedged bond investments with huge returns. When he’s not partying out of his mind in Manhattan, he trolls pension fund conventions for investors and helps open up new CDO markets across the world from London to Tokyo. Bill then meets a billionaire banker who introduces him to the extravagant billionaire lifestyle, psychedelics, mind-bending quantum derivatives using imaginary numbers, a secret society, and a life altering investment opportunity that sounds too good to be true.

New Woman

Author : Various
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India’s leading women’s English monthly magazine printed and published by Pioneer Book Co. Pvt. Ltd. New Woman covers a vast and eclectic range of issues that are close to every woman’s heart. Be it women’s changing roles in society, social issues, health and fitness, food, relationships, fashion, beauty, parenting, travel and entertainment, New Woman has all this and more. Filled with quick reads, analytic features, wholesome content, and vibrant pictures, reading New Woman is a hearty and enjoyable experience. Always reinventing itself and staying committed to maintaining its high standard, quality and consistency of magazine content, New Woman reflects the contemporary Indian woman’s dreams just the way she wants it. A practical guide for women on-the-go, New Woman seeks to inform, entertain and enrich its readers’ lives.

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