When Ayn Carrillo-Gailey's boyfriend pronounces her "pornophobic" - in defense of his own porn habit - Gailey realizes that although she has always been curious about porn, she has never tried it. After all, she is a "good girl." (She is tempted to add a digit when giving her sex tally to a new partner!)
Refusing to be afraid of something that smart, successful men are not afraid of, Gailey defiantly decides to give porn a chance. Transforming into what she calls an anthroPORNOlogist, Gailey, prodded by her knitting group, and explores a world that is being redefined by hordes of everyday women - single and married, young and old - who are desperate to know more.
- Should one attempt to make change from a stripper's G-string?
- Do you get what you pay for at a "How to Give a Blow-Job" seminar?
- What exactly happens at a brothel?
- Why are "vibrator virgins" hard to come by these days?
- What does one serve at a sex toy party?
- Does porn make sex better?
- And why are men so obsessed with it?
Along the way, Gailey ditches the porn-fixated boyfriend and learns a few things, such as the Hustler store might not be the best place to make a good impression on Mr. Right or Mr. Right Now.(Then again, maybe it is!)
Pornology is the result of one Good Girl's journey to overcome her own fear and prejudice in order to better understand men, sex, relationships, and most of all herself. Shocking, informative, and ultimately non-judgmental, Gailey's laugh-out-loud narrative is one you can't put down - one you admit you're curious enough to pick it up!