Women Loving Women explores the phenomenon of the contemporary “bi-sexual” or “lesbian” experience for the heterosexual woman. However, while women loving women is indeed an emerging trend, it is also an age-old obsession that this book also addresses and places in a historical perspective. The book investigates the reasons modern women are more open to same-sex encounters, how these experiences can connect people and help them grow, and how regardless of one's sexual orientation, there is much to learn here about the nature of love, sex, and physical attraction and its unconscious determinants. In addition, Women Loving Women also responds to how these same-sex encounters are less apt to create conflict in their heterosexual relationships, and actually might spice things up with their male partner (many men fantasize about same-sex women relationships), break the ice with a best friend, or simply add a new dimension to their sexual history. Women Loving Women features sophisticated photographs that will capture the warm and enlightening approach of exploring erotic possibilities with other women, even when you don't identify yourself as a bisexual or lesbian. Testimonials from heterosexual women who have experienced same-sex romantic encounters will be featured throughout. Sidebars will also feature quotations from women-who-have-loved-women throughout history, such as Virginia Woolf, Simone de Beauvoir, Anais Nin, and Eleanor Roosevelt, amongst others.
The photographs, shot on location in New Hampshire, tell a story of three beautiful women who leave their boyfriends/husbands behind for a “girls weekend”-and discover a new dimension to their friendship