Daniel Bergner

Daniel Bergner is the author of the new book What Do Women Want? Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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June 24 2013 10:28 AMIs Unconditional Love the Enemy of Lust?
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June 10 2013 10:08 AMAre Women Passive When It Comes to Sex?
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Nov. 4 2009 4:14 PMDo Women in Long-Term Relationships Lose Their Sex Drive Faster Than Men?
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Oct. 30 2009 8:00 AMMy Fantasy Lovers Say Things To Me I'd Never Tolerate In Real Life
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Oct. 29 2009 9:31 AMFear of Fantasy
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Oct. 27 2009 1:58 PMI Climax Picturing Myself As a C-Cup
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Oct. 16 2009 8:21 AMNew Desire Lab Question
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Sept. 23 2009 6:08 PMMy Made-Up Lover: Marshall, the Hydro-Geologist
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Sept. 23 2009 5:39 PMMy Husband Had an Affair. I Fantasize About the Other Woman.
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June 17 2013 8:30 AMAre Women Turned On By Pictures of Naked Men?
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June 3 2013 8:02 AMAre You Bored by Monogamous Sex? 
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Nov. 2 2009 7:54 AMNew Desire Lab Question: Lust in Long-Term Relationships
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Oct. 29 2009 4:22 PMWe Act Out Rape. And Then We Snuggle.
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Oct. 28 2009 1:07 PMDuring Sex, I'd Rather Be in the Moment Than Fantasizing
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Oct. 26 2009 8:00 AMThemes of Violence in Replies So Far
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Sept. 23 2009 6:23 PMIn Life I Battle With My Weight. In My Fantasies I’m a Hottie (or a Man)
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Sept. 23 2009 5:49 PMI Am the Young Virgin Peasant Girl, or the School Whore
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Sept. 23 2009 3:30 PMSexual Fantasy and Orgasm

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