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My Secret Garden (English Edition) e mais milhares de eBooks estão . Nancy Friday is the bestselling author of My Secret Garden, Jealousy, Men in Love, My. Read "My Secret Garden" by Nancy Friday available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. First published in , My Secret. My Secret Garden by Nancy Friday - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File . txt) or read online for free. Welcome to Nancy Friday's secret garden, a hidden.

It really makes you that mad that a girl has a lot of sex?

Seems extreme… But of course women slut-shame as well as out insecurity. Is that girl really a slut? Just my personal opinion, nothing to do with Friday.

Even though our society has increasingly become sex positive, the amount of social conditioning revolving around sex is incredible. The main benefit of reading My Secret Garden, when done in the context of self-development, is that it will help you bring acceptance to these shadows. These are not fantasies about candle lit dinners and missionary mission.

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Jeffrey Archer. Washington Black. View all 13 comments. May 21, The Scarlet Pervygirl rated it it was amazing.

Filthy, irrational, pointless, and rather badly written, like all of Nancy Friday's books, My Secret Garden offers what pretty much amounts to a guarantee to get me off. Dec 02, Don Juan Quixote rated it it was amazing. This book changed my life. As far as I know it is the first book of it's kind ever written. My idea was to get some kind of clue to what women secretly think about It taught me that all women have sexy little fantasies that they hide from most people, even sometimes from themselves.

I've read all of her books, but this one is still the best. It's fresh, new, and groundbreaking Just as it was in My belief now, after years of interviews with various women, is that every woman has inside her a bouquet of sexual fantasies that makes her totally unique from other women. No wonder men have such a hard time understanding and categorizing them You can only experience each one a beautiful and completely unique individual Just like flowers.

I read this as a young teen, I think I was either 12 or I got my copy in a thrift store. I was always shopping for books in the thrift store back then. I kept it secret because I'd never read anything so explicit before.

I'm giving it 5 stars because it made a big impact on me at that young age.

View 1 comment. Sep 29, Deary Darling rated it did not like it. One thing I will say for this book is that it can do wonders for a person me who feels concerned or disturbed about the things that occur in their fantasy life. Chances are you will feel virginal and innocent after reading some of the darker taboos in this book. My first problem with this book was not its subject matter I'm not a psychologist so anything stated here is only opinion and experience.

That being said, as Mrs. Friday points out I felt this book did a very poor job of representing what these fantasies meant on a personal level to the person relating them and in that sense there was something akin to exploitation about packaging them as a general representation of women who have any one of the given fantasies shared in the book. Ultimately, what I cannot abide, is the inclusion of the admission of criminal activity.

If this had been a book of male fantasies and a man had confessed to having molested an 11 year old girl and then marrying her 2 years later, this would not be acclaimed as a treatise on male sexuality. That man would be rightly demonized as would the book, author and publisher. Can anyone say double standard?

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That poor little boy! View all 4 comments. Jul 03, Terri Lynn rated it really liked it Shelves: Nancy Friday's books are so refreshing to me. The "garden" in question has nothing to do with soil and plants. This is the first book of women's sexual fantasies collected by Nancy Friday starting in the 's.

She was not a psychologist or social scientist. She was a woman who wanted other women in a world that was finally opening up to female sexuality to be free to anonymously unveil their deepest sexual fantasies for other women to enjoy Nancy Friday's books are so refreshing to me. She was a woman who wanted other women in a world that was finally opening up to female sexuality to be free to anonymously unveil their deepest sexual fantasies for other women to enjoy and be inspired by.

The women and girls, using first names only, described their sexual history and went on to share, quite graphically, their fantasies. In the early 's, the feminist movement was cranking up in earnest and the pill had finally become available more freely to women who were not married. There was much more freedom for women and this book caught the spirit of that. For those who would like to be refreshed by the fantasies and lives of real women telling their real stories rather than porn and semi porn published by men showing what they think our fantasies are or should be, check out all of Nancy Friday's books.

Jul 22, Natasha Walker rated it it was amazing. Back in the seventies this book proved that women were naughty, dirty and utterly erotic. Anyone sitting at home ashamed of their fantasies now should pick this gem up and be liberated. No matter how obscene your fantasies are Nancy Friday is here to show you not only that you are not alone but that you're not even really trying.

There is one sad addendum - if you read later books by Firday you'll find that with the rise of porn, the internet and a general openness in society about ab Delicious. There is one sad addendum - if you read later books by Firday you'll find that with the rise of porn, the internet and a general openness in society about about sex the originality and bizarre nature of the fantasies declines.

With freedom, it seems, comes uniformity. Feb 24, Charlotte rated it liked it Shelves: Could a collection of women's sexual fantasies from the 70s still shock a reader in the Fifty Shades era? It sure can. Though it's easy to become desensitised after the first or so pages of orgies, horses, dogs, whips and big black men.

But telling those fantasies off as silly or deviant is exactly what this book goes in against. Your fantasies are your own, and while you risk scorn when sharing them with the world, and may experience a feeling of guilt as a consequence, ultimately it doesn't ma Could a collection of women's sexual fantasies from the 70s still shock a reader in the Fifty Shades era?

Your fantasies are your own, and while you risk scorn when sharing them with the world, and may experience a feeling of guilt as a consequence, ultimately it doesn't matter if it makes you feel good. What most surprised me about this book, other than the level of openness of these 70s women, other than the large apparent attraction of Alsatians I learned a word! No, not that kind of touching. A lot of these fantasies seem to reflect a great yearning these women feel for tenderness and love.

Many fantasies describe not sexual acts, but situations in which the woman is admired, told she's worth looking at and caring for. Some women just fantasise about walks on the beach. Other contributions that touched me in a way: A sad vicious cycle. During sex they then acted out that fantasy, and the day after he went to download an outfit reminiscent of that actor.

This made his wife cry, as she had been afraid he actually wouldn't be able to look him in the eye anymore after the previous night. Singling out these fantasies probably says something about me in return, but I'll leave it at that. In short, this is a good bedside-table book, or train book, if you're not too much of a blusher. View 2 comments. Aug 24, Anna rated it really liked it. And before internet porn and Shades of Grey there was one clever lady who collected other people's fantasies and packaged them neatly into a book with only the bare minimum of pseudo-intellectual, psycho babble around it as was required to make it past censorship - and hey presto a multimillion dollar book was born.

I still take my hat off to Mrs Friday for letting others do the work but also thank her for the copy that existed in my parents' house and that introduced me to fantasising beyond me And before internet porn and Shades of Grey there was one clever lady who collected other people's fantasies and packaged them neatly into a book with only the bare minimum of pseudo-intellectual, psycho babble around it as was required to make it past censorship - and hey presto a multimillion dollar book was born.

I still take my hat off to Mrs Friday for letting others do the work but also thank her for the copy that existed in my parents' house and that introduced me to fantasising beyond meeting the object of my desire in the first place Tongue in cheek aside: NOT for the faint-hearted about sexuality. I was not only surprised, but pretty deeply shocked at some of the fantasies women told for this book.

I learned that I am still pretty much a prude AND that my own fantasies are more emotionally and romantic based, than having to do with pure sexuality.

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Part of me wishes I had not read this book, but part of me is glad that it helped me learn a few things about myself and my morals and boundaries. Nov 29, Cristina rated it really liked it Shelves: Great book. It makes you feel like less of a weirdo for your own fantasies lol. And if you're an aspiring erotica writer its a great source of inspiration.

Didn't really enjoy her interjections but I just skimmed over them. Definitely worth the read. Jan 28, Tressa rated it really liked it Shelves: This book made me feel so NOT like a freak. It was nice to know other women were fantasizing, too. Dec 23, BellaGBear rated it really liked it Shelves: In this book, Nancy Friday collects and orders in themes sexual fantasies sent to her by women. She did that to make the point clear that woman fantasize and think about sex more than is often assumed.

In doing so, she also wanted to encourage woman to not feel ashamed to fantasize, but to revel in it. Fantasy is fantasy and whatever it is you don't have to feel guilty about it because it doesn't mean you're going to do it. I liked this book for several reasons. One is that she orders the fantasi In this book, Nancy Friday collects and orders in themes sexual fantasies sent to her by women.

One is that she orders the fantasies in themes. As an aspiring scientist, I always like to order things in categories for ease of analysing them. This book serves both as a resource to understand the extent of female sexuality and fantasy, and can also be used if you want something interesting to read before going to bed. Another benefit of the themes is that there will be something of your liking for everyone.

Even themes I did not expect to learn anything from but merely be entertained, I read things that helped me to understand my own thoughts regarding sexuality.Tongue in cheek aside: Nancy Friday married novelist Bill Manville in , separated from him in , and divorced him in Get A Copy.

It's all different and inside a fantasy bubble you can do what you want without being judged. One thing I've learned about fantasies: they're fun to share, but once shared, half their magic, their ineluctable power, is gone. Singling out these fantasies probably says something about me in return, but I'll leave it at that. Shyness was not my style, but sexually I was still my mother's daughter. That being said, as Mrs.