For many women, their predominant sexual fantasy is to be “taken” by a powerful, sexy man who will fall in love with them.  E.L. James’ new novel, “Fifty Shades Of Grey”, deals with this secret longing to be sexually dominated by a powerful and controlling man and appeals to women of all ages.  Randi Gunther, Ph.D., a trained sex therapist, has some deep concerns, however, because some commentators are assuming that this longing conflicts with the equality women have fought for.  She feels it’s presumptuous to imply that a woman’s desire to be dominated by her man negates her need for higher education, a satisfying career and gender equality.

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