Equality in sex and married love today

Equality in sex and married love today

Equality in sex and married love today

Updated 25 February 2013, 14:23 AEST

Marie Stopes' Married Love, published in 1918, was regarded a ground-breaking book in addressing sexual issues in marriage at that time.

More than 100 years later, there is much in the book that remains relevant.

Clementine Ford, who's written a new introduction to the re-issued book, says there's still much both modern men and women can learn from the book.
 
Guy Vicars, National President at Australian Association of Relationship Counsellors, says it's incredibly difficult for couples to talk about their sex lives, yet it's a great barometer of the quality of their relationship.
 
 
Presenter: Phil Kafcaloudes
Speakers: Clementine Ford, writer & broadcaster
Guy Vicars, National President at Australian Association of Relationship Counsellors

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