What a great New York Times piece about how some people judge a potential partner by the company of the books that they do (or don’t) keep…and how while on the surface, some may say that you can learn a lot about someone by the books that they read, others suggest that this type of judgment is yet another way that people avoid relationships, blaming it on external issues like books when the real reasons are within themselves. Nice job, NYT. Read the full article here.
About Dr. Debby Herbenick
Dr. Debby Herbenick is a sex researcher at Indiana University, sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute, columnist, and author of five books about sex and love. Learn more about her work at www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu.
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