New Book Discusses World Sexuality

A statue in India depicting group sex. Photo via Flickr user Jack Zalium

According to her author bio page, Janice Zarro Broadman “has lived, worked or traveled in 35 countries. After earning her PhD in political economy from Harvard University, she created and served as Director of the Center for Innovative Technologies at EDC, a global nonprofit organization founded by MIT scholars. Her projects for the UN, World Bank, and other international organizations focused on small business development and on ending violence against women and girls. As an innovator in using technology for international development, Dr. Brodman has written seminal articles published by The MIT Press, Idea Group Publishing, Harvard Institute for International Development, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Computerworld, Organizational Behavior, and Quest. She has been a frequent speaker at United Nations agencies, the World Bank, the US Agency for International Development, and other organizations.”

Broadman’s newly published book, Sex Rules! Astonishing Sexual Practices and Gender Roles Around the World, includes research from hundreds of subjects. In an interview with Vice, she shares some of her experiences writing that book, and what she learned about sex in the United States.

Sex in America Is Incredibly Uptight: A new book about global sex practices aims to prove that there’s no such thing as “normal” sexuality, especially as Americans see it.

Sex Rules!: Astonishing Sexual Practices and Gender Roles Around the World.

Photo via Flickr user Jack Zalium.


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