We're thrilled to report that our book is getting a lot of media attention. (Hey Terry Gross, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert . . . call us!)
Look for me as "guest expert" in next week's column from Dan Savage, which appears just about everywhere on line and in print—unless you're prudish; it's pretty raunchy. We also did a phone interview that will be in the next Savage Love podcast (free, via iTunes). Mr. Savage (whom I've never met) has been very generous in his praise of our book, writing:
“Sex At Dawn is the single most important book about human sexuality since Alfred Kinsey unleashed Sexual Behavior in the Human Male on the American public in 1948."
He continues, "Want to understand why men married to supermodels cheat? Why so many marriages are sexless? Why paternity tests often reveal that the guy whose name is on the birth certificate isn’t the kid’s biological father? Go and buy a copy of Sex At Dawn. Anyone who’s ever struggled with monogamy—which, if people were honest, would be everyone—needs to read this book. Go get your hands on a copy now.”
Having spent most of the past ten years working on this book, I think it's pretty important too, but "since Kinsey?" Probably not, but hey, get a copy and let us know what you think (especially if you agree with Dan!).
Last night, I did an interview for RTV, which I'll embed here. I'm not thrilled with it (I need to sharpen my answers), but it's a start.
Here are some links to other stories, interviews, reviews of the book. As always, you can find all this at sexatdawn.com
Happy Independence Day.
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