I have just received a copy of a new book that I had to order from Amazon’s UK division. It’s fresh off the presses, and I’m very excited. The introduction is already asking the questions that I myself was pondering, and yet I feel that I am about to put into an LGBT context many of the answers, examples, and philosophical quandaries he will be addressing throughout the work. At any rate, if you are interested in a Jungian analysis of Anteros, I invite you to find a copy of “Anteros: A Forgotten Myth” by Craig E. Stephenson. I will be interested to see how he has applied the characteristics of Anteros to his own therapy process in treating/aiding his clients, and then looking for the ways I have instinctively (and without training) either found the same/similar course or veered in a totally different direction. I don’t know yet the extent to which Stephenson will be focusing on issues of sexuality and identity, but my gut tells me that I will have more in common with him than not. Others may think I’m foolish (or out of touch) for being so lofty in my aspirations, but I honestly believe and embrace that sex powered by affection is a source of healing, nurturing, and growth, and that I can create LGBT adult videos that serve as an anterotic resource that balances the purpose and function of the erotic.