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[(Sex 3.0: A Sexual Revolution Manual)] [Author: MR J J Roberts] published on (December, 2011) (Anglais) Broché – 27 décembre 2011

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Right now we are at tipping point. The Sex 2.0 lifestyle of modern day society is undergoing a cascading failure. Don't panic, this is a good thing. Sex 2.0 needs to die. It has served its purpose and it's time for humanity to move onto something better. The book details the history of human sexual relationships in the time before property or marriage even existed, how we evolved to our modern day Sex 2.0 lifestyle and how and why we created the problems that make modern day sexual relationships so hard. Far more importantly, it details a way forward to a Sex 3.0 world. A world of mutual understanding between men and women and a return to nature.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Truly Sustainable Model for Deep Intimacy: Sex. 3.0 is the SOLUTION 16 janvier 2017
Par Mark Palmer - Publié sur
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With a background in Social-Behavioral science and Anthropology, I've always been keenly aware of the historical, socio-cultural origins of today's contractually based relationship and marriage structure. And though I'd always sensed our current pair-bonding model presented extremely problematic challenges to healthy intimacy, I just couldn't put together a succinct approach to dealing with these issues in my own personal life.

Roberts' work offers a profound, systemic deep-dive into the most egregious patterns that actually block and prevent our capacity for deep connection, and suffocate our ability to grow in relationship. More importantly, he offers a new model of intimate relating, beyond the fear and control based conditioning we've blindly come to accept in our current relationship paradigm.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Even so I have made it the best that I could having 2 kids together 28 novembre 2014
Par K. Darrah - Publié sur
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I can't say that this book has rewrote my relationship map. It has turned my map into something that I can read and not make me feel that I am just making it up.

I married under duress for legal reasons for my stepson. Go figure having to fight in a 2.0 normal world. Even so I have made it the best that I could having 2 kids together. Year 14 I wanted out and really didn't know why. After some deep conversation I found out she felt the same. It wasn't that we wanted to be apart from each other we just wanted to be free from each other. Once we changed our relationship we actually got closer to each other. I remember killing the two headed monster. It was attacking me hard and I remember being so full of anger by it. Then it hit me this is what I wanted and if it was good for me to go out and have some fun then it was the same for my best friend. After that I am happy when one of us or both of us are able to go have fun.

This book explains my life. JJ Roberts has such clarity about relationships. He explains it in a simple to understand way. I want to see this movement take off. It will be a uphill battle against the normal that society enforces.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Unfenced relationships relieve jealousy. 23 février 2013
Par Osirius - Publié sur
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This book is essentially a review of relationships throughout human history, and a blueprint for relationships in the 21st century. He essentially argues that the default mode of relationships today aren't conducive to human nature, and in fact work against it. He calls for relationships that remain unfenced- that is, no enforced monogamy. The idea of not enforcing a relationship, and letting desire determine if the participants continue to be in it is much more in line with the majority of what people desire. In this case, he argues by not placing any artificial "relationship duress", relationships will return to what they started as- mutual benefit for both parties.

As someone who has struggled with jealousy in the past, the idea of relationships eschewing any sort of ownership to begin with relieves a great amount of pressure off of me. I plan on using this book's ideas in my future relationships, so that my own insecurities will have less of a reason to be triggered. Knowing someone returns to you because they want to, not because society expects them to, has a very calming while also invigorating effect on me. I recommend everyone give this book a read just to challenge their ideas of what should be considered normal in a relationship.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Helpful and Powerful Book! 26 mars 2014
Par Tinie Tao - Publié sur
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I loved this book. I've always had this fascination with alternative lifestyles, things that are outside of the mainstream or that possess some kind of novelty and unusualness - if it's somewhat provocative while also having merit of some sort that I can see, I'm interested.

Sex 3.0 is a page-turner. If you're interested in open relationships or how to establish healthy, sustainable and truly supportive relationship patterns without jealousy and possessiveness, you might want to pick up this book.

The book dives into the history of human sexuality over the centuries, explains slut-shaming and talks about why society condemns and creates so many restrictions surrounding this natural human need.

Sex 3.0 explains that readers have the freedom to choose any sexual/relationship style that suits them. Monogamy and marriage are valid choices, as well. The author uses the terms 'fenced' and 'unfenced' relationships. He explains them in the book and makes it clear that he supports ALL loving, pair-bonded relationships, regardless of whether they are fenced or unfenced.

Author JJ Roberts defines relationship as "mutual reward". He describes the importance of the "four pillars" of healthy relationships: communication, honesty, trust and respect - which can be strong in 'fenced' as well as 'unfenced' relationships. I really like the author's supportive outlook and how he lays out all the information to the best of his ability - then reminds us that we have the freedom to choose how we want to live our lives. It's up to us, and we can do whatever we want to create the most sustainable, healthy and happy lives possible.

JJ also helps the reader think about alternative lifestyles in case they're interested, and provides as much helpful information as possible from his own personal experience.

I think Sex 3.0 is a helpful, excellent book for anyone curious about ways to establish and strengthen supportive, loving and healthy relationships - ways that can be applied to monogamous as well as non-monogamous relationships.

For me personally, I'm seriously interested in unfenced relationships now - and I have a stronger foundation and more importantly, motivations for using an alternative approach to relationships.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Key To Unlock The Relationship Matrix 23 août 2013
Par Jack - Publié sur
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This book "Sex 3.0" is a key to unlock the relationship matrix to be free to decide for yourself how you want to live your intimate relationships. If something doesn't seem right to you, like a splinter in your mind, with how you naturally desire to have relationships versus what about 98 percent of the matrix of society is telling people is the only way to have a relationship, then you may be ready to have a look at what's in "Sex 3.0." Did you form your own beliefs about intimate relationships? Is your perception of how intimate relationships function something you designed or are you just doing what everyone else is doing? Have you ever had beliefs that were one way and then after years of going through society institutions ended up with beliefs that were different, and deep within something doesn't feel right with these institutionalized beliefs telling you is the only way you have to live your own personal life, but you now feel forced that you have to go along with what these institutions are telling you is the belief you must live your life by? Does all the self-righteous judgmental shaming of the bodies and intimate lives of other people, the many insecure beta bloggers who deceptively blog on how to get intimacy and then crazily turn around and try to shame, the daily repressive negativity from almost every outlet on the topic of the intimate relations of others, the attempts by many institutions to control the intimate lives of others and yours, and if you try to talk about the subject of intimacy with many people they just can't do it, all seem really odd to you and you wonder why the matrix is made-up like this? I discovered "Sex 3.0" mentioned on the Steve Pavlina site. At least you will better understand what is going on, and have the 3.0 point of view of intimate relationships.
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