The Extra-Sex Factor
About the Book
Extramarital sex has long defied serious examination. Kinsey was unable to get his subjects to fully cooperate on this critical aspect of their sexual life. Noted sociologist Dr. Lewis Yablonsky has conducted the first major survey, in which he probes the intimate feelings, motivations and reactions of over 1000 men to establish the many provocative questions raised by and about “extra-sex.” The vivid, in-depth case histories in The Extra-Sex Factor detail in the men’s own words why they decide to have affairs, how they conduct them, and how they relate them to their marriage. The candor of the men is matched by Yablonsky’s startling conclusions, which reveal the degree to which society has ignored the realities of male sexuality.
About the Author
Lewis Yablonsky was born and grew up in Newark, New Jersey and graduated from Rutgers University in 1948. He received a Ph.D. in Sociology from New York University in 1958. Dr. Yablonsky has taught sociology and criminology at the University of Massachusetts, CCNY, Columbia, Harvard and UCLA. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Criminology at California State University-Northridge. He has lectured, taught, and consulted throughout the world on social issues. Among his 20 published books are The Violent Gang (1962), Synanon: The Tunnel Back (1965), The Hippie Trip (1968), Criminology (2000), and Gangs in Court (2008). He is currently completing the writing of his autobiography entitled : Confessions of a Criminologist.