The Independent guide to love and sex
The Independent's guide to love & sex starts this Saturday 13th September. Free with the print edition
Monday 08 September 2008
They're the great driving forces of human affairs: the source of our deepest feelings and the inspiration for much of our culture. Yet how much do we understand love and sex? The Independent begins a unique 14-part series devoted to all aspects of love and sex: from the physical to the spiritual, the scientific to the romantic, the sublime to the ridiculous. Witty, informative and beautifully presented, these are the magazines that no one who is interested in the human condition should miss.
Saturday 13 September: Attraction
Sunday 14 September: Seduction
Monday 15 September: Consummation
Tuesday 16 September: Marriage
Wednesday 17 September: Taboos & Tolerance
Thursday 18 September: Desire
Friday 19 September: Romance & Passion
Saturday 20 September: Fantasies and Fetishes
Sunday 21 September: Infidelity
Monday 22 September: Men & Women
Tuesday 23 September: The Culture of Love
Wednesday 24 September: Heartbreak
Thursday 25 September: The Sex Industry
Friday 26 September: The Seven ages of Love
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