The real problem between the sexes is that for men, sex is a gender-underliner, they need it for their egos. We don't need sex to make us feel we are the person we need to be.
UK novelist Carol Clewlow's first book, Keeping the Faith, was shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize, while her second, the best selling A Woman's Guide to Adultery was translated into 15 languages and turned into a TV mini series. A further novel Love in the Modern Sense plus a number of her short stories have been broadcast on radio while a version of the fourth, One For The Money, was staged. Her most recent novel, Not Married Not Bothered, a best-seller in the UK has also been published in several other European countries. The first writer in residence in a UK medical school, she is a founder member of Operating Theatre (www.operatingtheatre.org.uk), based in Newcastle University Medical School and for whom she writes short plays on health and medical issues.
I'm male, say nothing