Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality

Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality Review

A moving and often funny look at Native sexuality from some of Canada's best First Nations and Inuit writers.


A sequel to the highly successful Me Funny, Me Sexy is an anthology containing thirteen contributions from leading members of North America's First Nations writing communities. The many highlights include Lee Maracle's creation story, Salish style; Tomson Highway explaining why Cree is the sexiest of all languages; Joseph Boyden asking the eternal question, "Do Native people have less (or more) pubic hair?"; Marius P. Tungilik looking at the dark side of Inuit sex; and Marissa Crazytrain discussing her year as a stripper in Toronto, and how it shaped her life back in Saskatchewan.

Title:Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality
Edition Language:English

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    Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality Reviews

  • k reads

    I’ve read a lot of romances over the years - all different kinds. From sweet to dark, contemporary to historical, realistic to fantastic. I like reading about people like me and I like reading about...

  • Ana

    So many great essays in this anthology! My favorites include: Drew Hayden Taylor's essay on the image of native sexuality created by romance novels, Tomson Highway's essay on the sexy and hilarious Cr...

  • Helena R-D

    This is a very lovely and insightful book in regards to sexuality from First Nations point of view. It's a collection of essays that dispel myths and give a good picture of native sexuality from histo...

  • Titania Remakes the World

    *********Comment & rating will change after I read the book**********Most people want variety, or "Something New" (novel, exciting, & definitely what's NOT at home) when seeking out their escapist or ...

  • Rachel

    I discovered this book while browsing through the campus library, and the title caught my eye right away. Me Sexy is a collection of essays regarding many different aspects of First Nations sexuality....

  • Just A. Bean

    I really enjoyed this. I loved how varied the essays included were, and especially that it included three queer authors all with very different perspectives. I liked the language lessons, and the essa...

  • TheTyee.ca

    There is an old saying: "The older you get, the less sex you have, and the more you talk about it." If you'll pardon the pun, that makes older people oral experts on sex when it is a little late to be...

  • Asif

    I am so glad Sarah recommended that i read this book. I have learnt so much more, in a fun (sometimes too fun!) way, about our brothers and sisters that were on this land before it was colonized. I pa...

  • Lester

    Some excellent stories. Thought provoking. My choice of 'best story' in this collection...'Fear Of A Changeling Moon' by Daniel Heath Justice. After checking out DHJ's website, quote; "How might the w...

  • Chocho

    wasn't really crazy about this book and i'm not a fan of drew hayden taylor. but i did like lee maracle's essay......