Sex itself is the silent cornerstone of human civilization. It is what leads to all things - life, pleasure, even hate and rage. It is that one topic that, no matter how modern we have become, is still considered taboo, yet at the same time it is also the one topic that we need to know most about.
This book contains, in addition to a brief talk on sexual etiquette, the specific concepts that exist around the notion of Good Sex. You see, while the notion itself may have definitions that are gender specific in nature, it is still a notion that can be constructed provided we build up to it with all the right materials and approaches. These approaches and materials are what are discussed in each chapter, each segmented into different aspects, from toys to testing boundaries!
This book is basically your "how to" guide for mind-blowing sex and not just how to use that particular phenomenon to satisfy your man but also how to leave him panting for more!
Here's a preview of what's inside:
P is for positive sex
Mind control - how being sexy is all in the mind!
Sex talk - bringing conversations to bed
Making him notice you - time to bring him to his knees
What men want - a peek into the male mind
Setting the scene
Role-play - spicing up the bedroom
The lost art of foreplay
Great sex - guidelines to sexual utopia
Turning things up a notch - spicing up your sex life
And much more!
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You Already Know This--No New Ideas.
Only if my friend were a virgin or very inexperienced and was comfortable with moral relativism. Then she may learn something, although she might also pick up some very stupid stereotypes about men.
I am a happily married woman who browses sex books to pick up new ideas. I like to keep things spicy. This book is disappointing because there really are no new ideas. The chapter on teasing could be new to a few folks, but anyone who has been in a relationship, already knows everything this author covers. Worse she tries to tell you what all men like. Whenever you try to universalize something, you are asking for trouble. That is definitely true here. No, all men do not find hairless genitals sexy. My husband comments that she is so wrong it is scary. That is an individual preference, probably heavily influenced by the culture of each geographical area. In other words, maybe in California, but not here.
What is also disappointing is that she couches the book in moral relativism which sounds a bit preachy. It also may explain why she thinks women do not like to blow their partners (which needless to say is totally false). Maybe marry the person you're blowing honey. That ensures that you will like him and his dick.
She begins by saying there are no rules in sex, and then proceeds to give you a bunch of "guidelines." Yeah, lol. Sadly, this book is pretty clean. The descriptions are not particularly graphic, even when being so would help to illustrate the activity. Not a very sexy book.
She both narrates and writes this book. Most authors make poor narrators of their own books. That is not true here. She does a good job. She is a good narrator. The problem with this book is not the narration, it is the content.
Well, it did not inspire me to have sex. It inspired me to pray for this poor girl that she can have decent sex with a man she actually cares about. It would greatly improve the quality of her life and this book.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
- Tanya M. Spiegel