“There is love, which is neither personal nor impersonal; and there is sex, which is either personal or impersonal. We understand our bodies, we learn how to let go, we strive for pleasure, and learn how to give‑to‑get.”
A young man let loose in the human potential movement travels from one end of the country to the other, opening himself to all the possible variations of sexual experience, trying to find love in the midst of explosive and unlimited sensuality. He finds new opportunities, new positions, opening up to him . . . and somewhere between the pain of love and the joy of lust, he must confront the very nature of his sexual yearning.