Suzanne Cope describes her long battle to overcome crippling dysfunction. As often happens, she learned her hangups at an early age from her mother and grandmother. They taught her that giving pleasure to someone, giving of herself, is degrading and shameful; good girls don’t do those sorts of things, even for their husband or boyfriend. But her experience proves that there is always hope. If you know of a woman suffering from culinary frigidity, please assist her in recognizing her dysfunction and seeking out the help she desperately needs.
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