Pornographer’s Book on Psychology of Sex and Relationships Hits Amazon Best Seller List
Dave Pounder’s Obscene Thoughts: A Pornographer’s Perspective on Sex, Love, and Dating examines the behavioral economics of sex, love and dating from an evolutionary perspective.
BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Dave Pounder, retired adult film producer, director and performer, hit several Amazon best seller lists this week with his new book, Obscene Thoughts: A Pornographer’s Perspective on Sex, Love, and Dating.
Obscene Thoughts examines progressive, intellectual and academic constructs regarding mate selection, sexual behavior and the reasons why people cheat. Moreover, it investigates and deconstructs core socioeconomic and biological values and the sexual behaviors of men and women, in a fresh, distinct manner.
Kirkus Reviews calls Obscene Thoughts “an iconoclastic, argument-starting take on the battle of the sexes.” Clarion Review says, “It strips away the thin veneer of civilization and knocks humanity off the top rung of the evolutionary ladder.”
Obscene Thoughts is endorsed by many academics in the fields of psychology, economics, and public health. “Pounder’s insights from the trenches of the sex industry constitute a useful addition to the rapidly growing literature on the psychology of human mating, opening up a new window on the divergent sexual strategies of men and women,” said Ogi Ogas, computational neuroscientist and author of A Billion Wicked Thoughts.
Obscene Thoughts recently won the Foreword Reviews IndieFab Bronze Award in the Psychology (Adult Nonfiction) category at the 2014 American Library Association Annual Conference in Las Vegas.
Obscene Thoughts is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or the book’s website, www.ObsceneThoughts.com
Esteemed pornographer Dave Pounder has produced, directed, and performed in adult films for over a decade, with over one hundred titles to his credit. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in information management from Arizona State University. He has studied media economics and human sexuality at Indiana University and was accepted into the doctoral program at Concordia University, in Montreal, to study the mainstream consumption of pornography under the tutelage of evolutionary psychologist Dr. Gad Saad. Pounder has lectured on the topic of adult entertainment at several policy and academic institutions, including Indiana University, UCLA, and Emory University. He currently lives in Boca Raton, Florida.
More information about the author, Dave Pounder, is available at www.DavePounder.com.