The Beatles Guide to Love & Sex — How the Fab Four Inspired a Cultural Revolution

The Beatles left an indelible mark not only on music, but on the culture in which they created it. In a time of great and sudden change, they led a generation into new territory, redefining the social landscape as a place where men and women could try on new roles. They led this change through their music, their public personae, and – under scrutiny – their example.

The Beatles Guide to Love & Sex examines all three – the songs, the parts they played in public, and the way they led their lives, for better or worse. John, Paul, George and Ringo began their journey as typical working-class teenagers – not particularly sophisticated in the ways of the heart – and walked a long and winding road toward their eventual destinations as husbands and fathers. They stumbled quite a bit along the way; but they left the world a roadmap, a precarious but emphatic path from innocence to maturity – and adorned it with a timeless musical legacy.

The Beatles Guide to Love & Sex is available in paperback and Kindle. Read a sample or buy it now at Amazon.

About The Author

Scott Robinson is a writer and speaker in the fields of IT, AI, social media and social psychology, and music journalism, with occasional forays into fiction. He is Director of Technology and Content for Humanity Prime, a non-profit that promotes the responsible use of AI. His eclectic career includes a decade as a systems engineer doing design work for NASA and the U.S. Departments of Energy and Defense, more than a decade designing software for business and industry, and years of teaching and speaking, research in neuropsychology and social psychology, and music journalism. His work has appeared in publications ranging from the Wall Street Journal to Rolling Stone. He can be found at scott.robinson@glenmillscience.com.

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