This book combats the current state of censured sexuality through the promotion of self-acceptance.
Albert Ellis was, perhaps, the only sex psychologist in 1956 to write for any American newspaper. Too uncompromisingly sexual for most publications, his articles on sex, love, and marriage were also too valuable to be ignored by Lyle Stuart’s iconoclastic newspaper, Exposé. What followed was a storm of shock and criticism from even the staunchest of political radicals. With his approval of masturbation, premarital sex, and mutual adultery, Albert Ellis’s articles continue to provoke modern readers moved by his logical, humanistic approach to the taboo subject of sex.