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Oedipus Revisited: Sexual Behaviour in the Human Male Today

Oedipus Revisited: Sexual Behaviour in the Human Male Today (Paperback)

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"The Famous Hite Reports" have sold over 50 million copies worldwide. The publication of a new "Hite Report" is always a publishing sensation, but publication of the first "Hite Report" in well over a decade has already caused a media storm well before publication. Arcadia has been inundated with interview requests from, among others: 60 Minutes, CBS News, NY (top US current affairs programme); 20/20, ABC News, New York (another top US current affairs programme); Richard & Judy; This Morning; Late, Late Show Dublin; "News Review", "Sunday Times"; "Observer"; "Sunday Telegraph Magazine"; "Independent On Sunday"; Night plus Day, "Mail On Sunday"; "Sunday Herald," Glasgow; "Guardian"; "Daily Mail"; "Cosmo"; "GQ"; "New Statesman"; "Red Magazine"; Woman's Hour, Radio 4; Today Programme, Radio 4; Victoria Derbyshire, Radio 5; Simon Mayo, Radio 5; BBC Scotland; serial rights pending; and rare author tour, first in over a decade. "Oedipus Revisited" has been ten years in the making and looks at all aspects of male sexuality today including alternative ways of love-making other than penetrative sex. It examines how today's male relates to his partner/s and to work relationships too.

The metrosexual male and gay men's lifestyles are explored in depth also. This latest "Hite Report," sure to be controversial, provides a blueprint for the 21st century male.

'The cultural icon Shere Hite' (Jon Snow, Channel 4 News) shot to international acclaim with publication of The Hite Report on Female Sexuality, which has since been named as one of the 100 key books of the 20th century by The Times. Her ground-breaking Hite Reports have sold over 50 million copies worldwide. Arcadia published her autobiography and will publish The Hite Report on Women Loving Women next year.

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