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Description - The Sexual Revolution 2.0 by Regina Lynn

Love them or hate them, those ubiquitous high-tech inventions, from cell phones to the Internet, have radically changed the way people communicate in business, in life, and in love. But Regina Lynn doesn't fear technology; she passionately and lovingly embraces it. The Sexual Revolution 2.0 is her personal road map for navigating the new sex/tech revolution. Offering an accessible, practical guide to the 21st-century mating dance, Lynn examines how technology has reinvented people's day-to-day romantic lives. With honesty and humor, she helps readers better understand the new world of e-personals, cybersex, online infidelity, and on-demand porn. Nothing is too private for Lynn to address, whether it's admitting how her own online encounters helped her overcome real-life inhibitions, or chronicling her experiences with Internet-powered sex toys.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781569754771
ISBN-10: 1569754772
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 140mm x mm)
Pages: 256
Imprint: Ulysses Press
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publish Date: 21-Jun-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Regina Lynn

A professional writer and editor, Regina Lynn was a contributing editor for "Wedding Bells," an award-winning national wedding magazine. Her work has also appeared in numerous online and print publications, including,, Wired News, PC World, California Horse Review and The San Francisco Bay Guardian. She wrote a weekling advice column for entitled "The Naked CEO," about running a home-based business. Then in 2003, Regina began writing a weekly sex/tech column as a companion to TechTV's documentary series "Wired for Sex." The column was hit, regularily placed in the top 5 traffic-generating stories for and was featured in The New York Times. Regina has sinced moved her column to where she continues to receive tens of thousands of daily hits for her popular columns.