The Art of Sexting – New article from The Book of Life
One of the big ongoing misconceptions we have is that sex might be something that happens in our bodies – when, of course, sex is overwhelmingly an intellectual business rooted in the mind. Orgasm is a psychological phenomenon.
Perhaps nothing proves this so well as the business of sexting, a fascinating and deeply creative activity in which two people, who may be on opposite continents from one another, can nevertheless, through the sheer medium of words, bring each other off without so much as touching each other’s skin….
It is no wiser to dismiss texting because many people have done it without artistry than to dismiss the art of literature because there have been so many substandard books. Sexting awaits rediscovery as a supreme medium of communication and literary talent.
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