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importance of touch

Body | Beauty | Culture This i-D Summer 2010 of Benhati Prinsloo captured out imaginations because of its intimacy. Strange isn’t it — for a fashion editorial?

Anne was more than a little bummed out yesterday, reading that married American women would rather read a book or a watch a movie, than enjoy sexual intimacy. We all understand the top choice of another hour’s sleep.

We’re talking the importance of touch in our lives this week. Read the first installment in Sealed with a Sweet Kiss, A Soft Touch & No Comfort Food:  Body | Beauty | Culture