The central characters are a therapist wife and her professor husband. The wife decides she wants to take a "sabbatical" from their marriage and give lesbianism a try. She doesn't seem to feel a real pull toward women, but she thinks she might if she gives it a shot.
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Just towards the end, the wife says:
I was not railing against anyone's right to think. I was merely reacting to how you are, at times, carried away by your thoughts, which lead to leaps of logic that are - for lack of a truly appropriate existing word - Evel Knieve...lian. You don't have to, as the youth might say, "go all Ayn Rand on me."I suppose the intended moral is something like:
Those who are intellectual
are often ineffectual
at knowing what they feel