Love – What’s Church and State Got To Do With It?

Our system of modern marriage is a land-holding and child-rearing agreement that favors the state at every turn. It is a kind of slavery to an idealization of feelings – a snapshot of a moment – a lovely, passionate moment,… Continue Reading

Sensual Lessons – A Review Of “The Truth About Love” by Joan Shenton

The “Truth About Love” by Liam Scheff Review by Joan Shenton You’ll enjoy this book if you read it slowly because the best sex is taken slowly and this is a minutely detailed romp, which occasionally breaks into a sweaty… Continue Reading

Love – Not By The Book – A Review of The Truth About Love – by Faith Dyson

by Faith Dyson I’m not sure if ‘The Truth About Love’, Liam Scheff’s new semi-autobiograhical novel, is all true, or not, but it’s the kind of story that makes me wish it is. It’s a modern-day Romance, not so much… Continue Reading

A Welcome Voyeur – A Review of “The Truth About Love”

by April Boden, Truther Talk and Aydan’s Road to Recovery ‘The Truth About Love’ is a funny, sexy, heartwarming and introspective look at what else… love. It starts by following the life of young, sympathetic artist, Will, who has just… Continue Reading

First Review of Truth About Love – Can You Handle The Truth?

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First web review of my new book: by Cari-Lee at Recipe for Anarchy After all of the ridiculous hype over the 50 Shades fiasco, myself, along with many others put a cry out for something a lot more real for… Continue Reading

Natural Culture?

Our culture is built on the notion that two people must be everything to each other: Sexually, socially, psychologically, physically, therapeutically, monetarily, parentally, spiritually, religiously, politically and in every other practical sense. If people “fail” to achieve some notion of… Continue Reading

American Schadenfreude

by Liam Scheff Americans love to watch people suffer humiliating break-ups. At least, the circulation of People, US, and the National Enquirer would make us think so. They reflect tales of ‘cheating’ on a daily basis for our ‘schadenfreude‘ –… Continue Reading

America the Sexually Schizophrenic

The ancient Hebrew tribe, sandwiched between the Assyrians, Persians and a dozen other competitive rivals, sought to differentiate themselves by creating a different sexual-social landscape than their non-Yahweh-worshiping peers. To do so, they made male homosexual relationships, which were not… Continue Reading

Marriage and Monogamy – the Lie that Blinds

by Liam Scheff – The American Anti-Role Model (But Secret Role Model) I’m reading “Sex at Dawn,” by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá (Link ), and it’s cracking open a long thought I’ve had for about 24 years (or all… Continue Reading