Date: September 12, 2018 11:38AM
I'm finishing up this audiobook and in the more recently listened to chapters the author makes a couple of bold claims. I would like RfMer's opinions and thoughts on them.https://www.audible.com/pd/My-Secret-Garden-Audiobook/B07CTYNQKP
She claimed that women don't make themselves up and dress themselves up for any people in particular (read some sort of sexual and/or show off thing) but to avoid the social repercussions of not doing so.
She also claimed that women generally (there are many exceptions and she grants the women who contributed to her book exceptional status) suppress their sexual fantasies, hiding them even from themselves. She commented that the saddest thing in her research was the fact that it made her conclude that women could have as much sexual fantasy as men but that they suppress it and this happens because there is no socially accepted sexually unrepressed ideals for women.