Thanks to Meara, I have a link to a book that I’m so fascinated with, I cannot wait to get my hands on a copy so I can read it. Drew Hayden Taylor, who is flush with the funny-funny, compiled an anthology of essays about Native American thoughts on sexuality – Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality, which has among the most beautifully funny cover art I’ve ever seen, topped only by the cover quote:
He was silent but strong, from an untamed land where love and buckskin walked a sensual path. She was pale and virginal, unversed in the ways of Aboriginal passion. Her heart beat wildly as he moved towards her, because the night was dark and so was he.
Oh, holy shit, I’m laughing so hard, I scared the cat. It’s a good thing I don’t wear mascara on weekends.
According to the publisher’s description, the essays ask pressing questions like, “Why is Cree the sexiest of all languages?” and “Do Native people have less (or more) pubic hair?” This looks to be full of win and awesome. I so want to read it.