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Brianne Smith HDFS 430 03/27/2018 When starting this class I went into thinking that I already knew a lot of this, but I was extremely wrong. After reading this book it really opened my eyes up to show me that our sexuality has been with us from birth. It is something that we need to survive and has been a taboo topic for many years. In the book, We’re all like this , by Steven Ing he talks about how talking about sex is something that is extremely uncomfortable for many people, yet when we talk about things that we need in our life sex is usually something we think of but never say out loud. Before getting into details about sexuality he first talks about the motive he had when writing this book. He talks about how his work really incorporated him writing this as for many years he was a marriage and family counselor which most of the conversations that are talked about during his sessions are sex. The biggest group that he has been working with is men and women who have committed sexual crimes. He wanted to understand what their motive was when committing these crimes and from many years of practice he learned that it was not a sense of power when doing the act, but they commit their crime out of a sense of disempowerment. As you get further into the book he has chapters that are topic of things that you need to address when having a sexual partner and or things the think about for your own personal needs.
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