From classic guides to coloring books to societal, cultural, and academic analysis, there's something for everyone. I feel so fortunate that this was my first book on sex in college I won it during a college "sex week" raffle. It covers nearly every topic imaginable on sex and is very friendly, inclusive, and created for anybody who wants to learn more about how to have better sex. It's also super well illustrated and not censored — which can be exactly what you need when you want to learn more about the topic. It's informative enough to be required reading in college-level sex-ed courses, but also highly enjoyable to read for fun and pleasure. Get this book.
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Want to be better in bed? These books may just be your fast-track to mind-blowing sex. Start reading, strip down, and get ready to enjoy the kind of red-hot sex you've never had before. By sealed, I mean that you cannot open the activity until you are ready to do it — it's sealed! This adds anticipation, excitement, and novelty to new sexual play.
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This is the same sitch, but instead of algebra, our subject is sex And—would you look at that—they created a book with that same pleasurable experience in mind. Filled with photos and stories from actual humans, this guide is thorough and fun and truly has something for everyone. Slow Sex will teach you the art of orgasmic meditation , aka the highly intimate way to reach completion with your partner.
That is to say, almost everything you see in magazines, on the news, and coming out of Hollywood is based on a set of rules and beliefs that are designed to make us feel bad and buy more stuff. This is the number one book that I recommend to my sex coaching clients. Barbara Carrellas is someone that I admire deeply.