Posts Tagged ‘Sex’

Evelyn McDonnell

August 14 . 2013

Queens of Noise looks beyond the lurid voyeuristic appeal of a sex-drugs-rock ’n’ roll saga to give the rock band, Runaways its place in musical, feminist, and cultural history.

Michael D’Antonio

June 20 . 2013
Michael D’Antonio‘s, Mortal Sins is an explosive, sweeping account of the scandal that has sent the Catholic Church into a tailspin — and the brave few who fought for justice

Katie Beers, Rayya Elias

May 22 . 2013

Katie Beers was abducted by a family friend, held captive in an underground cell for 17 days and sexually abused. Buried Memories is her story of survival and recovery. Later, Rayya Elias and her family fled the political conflict in their native Syria, settling in Detroit. Harley Loco charts 4 decades of a life lived in the moment, a path from harrowing loss and darkness to a place of peace and redemption.

Becca Stevens

April 16 . 2013

In Snake Oil, Becca Stevens tells how the women she began helping fifteen years ago have been the biggest source of her own healing from sexual abuse and her father’s death as a child.

David DeCoteau

March 20 . 2013

Film director and producer David DeCoteau talks to Barry about his career in low budget films.

 

Mary Johnson

March 6 . 2013

Former nun Mary Johnson experienced her calling when she saw a photo of Mother Teresa on the cover of a magazine; eighteen months later she began her training as a Missionary of Charity, now she tells the world what really happens behind convent walls in An Unquenchable Thirst.

 

Betsy Prioleau

February 26 . 2013

Betsy Prioleau‘s, Swoon is a colorful chronicle of great ladies’ men who spellbind women and enamor them forever ranging  from Casanova to today’s real-world lovers.

Leigh Ann Wheeler

February 25 . 2013

Leigh Ann Wheeler’s, How Sex Became a Civil Liberty is the first book to show how and why we have come to see sexual expression, sexual practice, and sexual privacy as fundamental rights.

Linda Schearing, Valarie Ziegler

February 6 . 2013

Linda Schearing and Valarie Ziegler argue that Adam and Eve have become archetypal figures for secular and religious society alike as they are transplanted from their ancient garden to a more modern Eden, often with eyebrow-raising consequences in Enticed by Eden.

Michelle Morris

January 17 . 2013

Seventeenth-century New Englanders were not as busy policing their neighbors’ behavior as Nathaniel Hawthorne  would have us believe. Under Household Government reveals the extent to which family members took on the role of watchdog in matters of sexual indiscretion.