The Greatest Irish "Sexual behavior" Books of All Time

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Sexual behavior

The category of "Sexual behavior" in books encompasses a wide range of topics related to human sexuality, including sexual health, relationships, gender identity, sexual orientation, and sexual practices. Books in this category may explore the psychological, social, and cultural aspects of sexuality, as well as provide practical advice and guidance for individuals seeking to improve their sexual experiences. Whether exploring the complexities of sexual desire or providing information on sexual health and safety, books in this category aim to educate and empower readers to make informed decisions about their sexual lives.

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  1. 1. The Ginger Man by J. P. Donleavy

    "The Ginger Man" is a novel that follows the exploits of Sebastian Dangerfield, a young American studying law in post-World War II Dublin. Dangerfield is a heavy-drinking, womanizing, and irresponsible character who constantly finds himself in trouble due to his reckless behavior. Despite his flaws, he is a charismatic and compelling character who navigates life with a unique blend of humor and cynicism. The book provides a vivid depiction of bohemian life in mid-20th century Dublin, with its struggles and joys.

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