Monday, February 13, 2006

Sexual intelligence includes ribald humour

In a review of Kim Cattrall's Sexual Intelligence for the National Post on Wednesday, February 8, Chris Knight notes:
"One of the more interesting digressions has to do with the link between sex and humour, and the fact that both coitus and comedy begin with a kind of foreplay, involve revelation and end with a climax. "It makes me realize how important it is to have dirty jokes, and to be vulgar about sex. It's not a deviancy," says Thomas Moore, author of The Soul of Sex."
The documentary will be available for purchase in Canada in April.

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