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Published: Friday, Feb. 22 2013 9:00 a.m. MST

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UtahBruin
Saratoga Springs, UT

What????? I read this and it sounds more like an excuse to be out of shape. Her poor daughters. You can teach your kids about self beauty in other ways than taking a bath with them. I am still thinking....What????

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

What a bizarre article Its like she's trying way too hard to be a very deep deep author that it just comes across as strange. Stop trying so hard. Its not making your writing better.

Commenter88
Salt Lake City, Utah

Some very unique expressions found here on a woman's thoughts about sexuality. Give her credit for delving much deeper than the typical article or bromides about this subject. In fact, her expression on what makes her feel sexual were quite eye-opening and unexpected to me, a man. I think I might understand a few things better about the variety of sensations that might make a woman feel this way. Not all of her attempts at literary flourishes and diversions will hit the mark with all readers, but she has provided some substantial enlightenment, in a tactful manner, on a subject of some difficulty. I hope she keeps it up.

Mukkake
Salt Lake City, UT

More thoughtful and honest than most of the Deseret News articles that discuss "porn".

[Will they experience seeing the deepening wrinkles on a woman's face, around her eyes, curling under her chin down to her chest?]

Even as a man I don't want wrinkles. Would you wax poetically of the days when osteoporosis was more common or any other number of conditions which previously "defined" old age? We now have the ability to live longer, and look better while we do it, how is that not fantastic?

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