The Baby Boomers came along after World War II, from the mid-forties to the mid-sixties. These Baby Boomers were focused on raising their families and building a comfortable life. Therefore, they missed World War III, the SEXUAL REVOLUTION which swept away all prior ideas of acceptable morality, and appropriate sexual behavior.
The 32nd President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, communicated with his vast constituency, via radio, through a series of talks, called Fireside chats. This was his way of making the affairs of state available and understandable to all of his listeners.
The Baby Boomer’s Booty Bible, is written in the same fashion. Arnold P. Abbotts series of vignettes about communication and sexuality, is similar in tone to FDR’s conversational chats but, for good reason, is dissimilar in that it is intended for only one particular group of men and women, Baby Boomers.
The Baby Boomer’s Booty Bible is a sex primer for those over 50, who have never before been given the opportunity to catch up and partake of, or just observe, a world of sexuality that arrived while they were occupied elsewhere.
Arnold’s voice is gentle, firm, frank, and instructional.