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Naked Memory: Confessions of a Sexual Revolutionary

CCB Publishing

Heat Rating: STEAMY
Word Count: 65,000
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This uninhibited memoir by controversial writer/sexologist Gloria G. Brame, Ph.D. spares no details about the transformation of a girl into a woman. Naked Memory paves a new path in sex history, fearlessly depicting the true psychological landscape of sex, from the shocking sexual revelations of puberty to the lusty, audacious and, sometimes harrowing, adventures of a teenaged sexual revolutionary.

About the Author:

GLORIA G. BRAME, Ph.D., is a writer, blogger, board certified sexologist, and sex therapist. A widely-cited sex expert, Gloria is the author of several bestselling books about sex, including Different Loving, Come Hither, and The Truth About Sex. A professor at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality she was named "Hero of the Sexual Revolution," by Exodus Trust. Gloria sits on the Board of Directors of the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance, affirming sexual freedom as a fundamental human right.

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"Gloria Brame isn't afraid to get totally naked in every way in her memoir. She shows us that sexual revolutionaries aren't born that way, but made via hands-on learning. Naked Memory is an engrossing very personal sex education that spares nothing."
- Rachel Kramer Bussel, Editor, The Big Book of Orgasms

"Gloria Brame's tale of sexual awakening feels immediate. Her catharsis resonates in the same way that broken glass cuts or bone is unyielding. Naked Memory does not inform; it pervades."
- Harry Hughes, author of The Bait Shack and Horseshoes

"Dr. Gloria G. Brame's memoir, Naked Memory, is a thrill ride down the slippery slope of sexual discovery. I was left numbed and vibrating. And I wanted more."
- Skip Williamson, Underground Cartoonist and Political Artist

"Naked Memory is a charming, stylish, and moving memoir of Gloria Brame's early years. Looking forward to the sequel."
- Doug Henwood, radio host, journalist, contributing editor to The Nation