<![CDATA[Comments on: What Women Want]]> Jonathan WordPress 2009-03-27T19:45:18Z 2009-03-27T19:45:18Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Matt]]> Seems the sexual mind, no matter how filtered through more modern thought processes and sentiment, is still an ancient and mysterious and frightening thing.

Like our yearning for the devouring sea.

]]> 2009-03-28T07:27:59Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Jonathan]]> Discovering things about our sexuality feels a little like spelunking through ancient caverns.

]]> 2009-03-30T13:10:10Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Matt]]> That imagery is delightful.

]]> 2009-03-30T23:32:08Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Paul Sunstone]]> That was an excellent article. It should certainly lay to rest (1) the notion that women are only interested in being swept away by a prince charming, and (2) the notion that female sexuality is merely an echo of male sexuality.

]]> 2009-03-31T07:42:39Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Jonathan]]> Which leaves me with a question: how did we get so different? Maybe that sounds like an obvious question, but I wonder how our sexuality develops differently.

]]> 2009-04-03T17:24:04Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Matt]]> You know, that’s the question that kept going through my mind as I was reading. And the answers that popped-up were all quite ugly.

]]> 2009-04-03T17:50:31Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Jonathan]]> How so?