Bedroom Bedroom and the Shaping of Human History
LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, April 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — James E. Shaw's new book (Amazon/Kindle Direct Publishing) is both a careful and carefree account of history's movers and shakers and the power they shared and wielded in the bedroom. Shaw, who holds a Ph.D. degree from the Claremont Graduate University, and has taught in the doctoral programs of professional schools of Psychology (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and California Southern University), says, "The BED is documentarian of the march of human history. A wordless page, a silent witness, it is a faithful and eternal record within the suns and moons of time." Shaw states that the bed itself has constantly evolved into a practical and beautifully exquisite piece of furniture, "as we must expect, given the innumerable sundry and diverse movers and shakers who have populated the annals of history."
Shaw’s book was published on the heels of revelations about former Vice President Joe Biden, who has been named by several women for “invading their space, burrowing his nose in their hair or otherwise engaging in unwanted and uninvited embracing behaviors,” states Shaw. “Citing the movers and shakers on Capitol Hill, the Washington press corps has occasionally chronicled the BED as altar and shrine for the love-struck and lust-laden, the noble and the naughty, the correct and the corrupt."
Shaw says that Capitol Hill is a feverish political environment “fermented by stories of male-female behavior.” Forthcoming Town Halls, arranged to publicly present Election Year 2020 presidential candidates, may soon begin several rounds of questioning these candidates with queries about their past sexual histories." Shaw notes that "Both male and female Presidential candidates–whether Biden or Bernie; Klobuchar or Kamala; Castro or Corey"–may find that an unexpected and surprising number of questions about their past relationships may be raised in the public comfort of Town Halls before, amid, and after the so-called 'hard questions' of the economy, national security, a uniform and effective national health insurance plan, growing racism, and foreign affairs."
Shaw cautions that "We will have to wait and see whether and how presidential campaign Town Halls might change from gusto and generosity to candidates' guarded and cagey responses." He adds: "It might well be asked and answered, at Town Halls, whether life and love have their reign and rule, their beginning and ending, on the BED." Before Americans vote, they certainly might view and review their most favored candidate and then rock their vote by raising the bar for their own interests, and not merely the candidate's interests. That is voter control." Shaw says that Scott Mering, General Manager of The Mattress Store Company, "enthusiastically took interest in my writing The Book of the Bed and regularly inquired about my writing progress. His time, encouragement and opinion, for which I will always be most grateful, is that in addition to appealing to a large, diverse cross-section of readers throughout America, The Book of the Bed might very well be welcomed by today's bedding and mattress industry as a kind of homecoming."
Source: EIN Presswire