Sex Guide Reviews
By Angel R. Rivera / gypsylibrarian After the foreword and the introduction, the book includes 11 chapters plus a small epilogue ("50 Items for your toy bag." No, it is not all sex toys and whips) and an appendix (a further reading list). The 11 chapters are short and get to the point with good and reassuring advice. Communication is a big theme in the book, and Taormino provides essential advice to get communication going. This is a book I definitely recommend.
By McBitchyTits / big kinky bbw The main factor I found most interesting was the whole “ doesn’t it make me gay” and more information surrounding the stigma around anything anal, like my thinking they said “well don’t tell anyone its not their business” and that’s true. The question and answer part works well too as a lot of them were very relevant to my thinking. I still haven’t got round to testing my new skills on my partner but I’m sure I will have a quick flick back through before I do.
By Voluptasse The book itself was funny and informative and covered so many different scenarios in which sex toys could be added to the bedroom. I found it to be the perfect book for beginners because the advice is easy to follow and makes complete sense.
By Ali's Addiction Michaels and Johnson offer a mature and reasonable perspective on relationships in their book, Partners in Passion: A Guide to Great Sex, Emotional Intimacy and Long-Term Love. There is wisdom behind their words, and each and every chapter gives the reader something to think about.
I felt like here was a book I could dip into, take tips from and learn from, without feeling an obligation to sit and concentrate and read for a couple of hours a night for however long it takes to finish Knicker-Bustingly Good Erotica Anthology 162. Or whatever the latest sexy story book is called.
This book has been created to help women who have been through breast cancer take back the power and regain confidence in their sexuality, and as an aid to their partners and lovers too.
By Fesure Maybe Whether this be a new couple or married for years! The author who I admire quite openly makes the book so easy to sit and read to take notes from. She talks about the different issues she has faced and how she overcame these. In first few chapters it’s talking about things like just beginning in a relationship and how this develops past the newly wed stage, overcoming the honeymoon period ending. She gives such interesting perspective and how to deal with the problem.
Thanks to minnie for this guest review of Charlie Glickman's Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure - Erotic Exploration for Men and Their Partners. It...
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