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    An_248780 posted:
    Started reading an article on the internet about increasing women's sexual desire (post menopause), got interrupted, and now can't relocate the article. The article quoted an author that 1) rejected the idea of having sex when you're not in the mood as a "gift" to your partner - an idea that I agree is off-base, and then 2) offered specific suggestions for getting in the mood. The first one listed was to think of the last pleasurable sexual encounter. More followed but I didn't get to them. I think (but not sure) that the author was male, maybe a doctor, and had recently(?) published a book on sexuality? Can anyone identify the author/book? Thanks!
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