Super fantastic book. There is a true vaccume of books for plus sized people who want to feel sexual and be recognized as sexual beings. Just because your fat doesn't mean you are not worth loving or being sexual.
This book deals with self imaging, the "de-fettishing" of people who desire plus size lovers, self love, sexual health and sexual positioning for couples. Written for all types of lovers; straight, gay, transgendered, etc.
Very engaging, however the book is more about the actions surrounding her. Not too suprising though, as there is so little known about her. I love this author, and I find her books to be well researched.
This was a life changing book for me. I used this as my catchphrase for years and it really did help with prioritzation at work and at home. I also felt this helped me more than the "don't sweat the small stuff" books, because sometimes the small stuff is urgent.
Although there are some paralells in this and Dan Brown's book, their take is TOTALLY different. There are some things that make you think, "hummm, interesting thought". Then, some of it seems just pulled out of thin air- the "man when they do math 2+2 must equal 5, because this doesn't make sense".
Sadly, it was very dryly written and way too verbose.
I liked how it broke down different organizational styles and providing advice based on those styles. However, the few tips seemed overly simplistic or things that seemed way too complicated to put into practice.