What's your favorite How-To or Sex Advice book?

LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
Nina's offering up some really great suggestions for sex-advice books and now it's your turn.

Which authors are your favorite?

Tristan Taormino?

Carol Queen?

Or Nina Hartley herself?

What are some of your favorite titles?
02/02/2010
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SexyTigerX SexyTigerX
Oh Oh Oh, I'm reading Female Ejaculation & The G-Spot. Awesome book I'll be writing my review on it soon. Keep an I out.
02/02/2010
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
This totally serves to remind me that I really need to update my library.

I want a Nina book!
02/02/2010
Blinker Blinker
I just bought a new one called Sex is Fun! by Kidder Kaper. It's like a graphic novel instruction book for sex. And it isn't all skinny, white, straight couples, either. All races and genders and couples are represented, and it's absolutely hilarious. It covers everything from rope-tying to sex toys and how to give your partner a freaking awesome genital massage, and also includes "activity" pages. It's my new go-to book.
07/01/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
I have quite a few favorites, but I noticed no one has mentioned a solo sex book so I'm throwing in my two cents for Betty Dodson's Sex For One. Fantastic book, especially for those new to masturbation or who think of it as forbidden.
07/01/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by LicentiouslyYours
Nina's offering up some really great suggestions for sex-advice books and now it's your turn.

Which authors are your favorite?

Tristan Taormino?

Carol Queen?

Or Nina Hartley herself?

What are some of your favorite titles?
Nina's my favorite. Nina Hartley's Guide to Total Sex is the best. It travels from our living room to the bathroom to the bedroom depending on which one of us is looking things up.

We also have Our Bodies Ourselves and What is Happening to My Body for our kids, on the coffee table. Talk about a conversation piece.

I have Master's and Johnson's and Kinsey's tomes, but they are SO big and pretty dry in some aspects. IMO, Kinsey actually reads better than Master and Johnson.
07/08/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
I bought "I (heart) Female Orgasm" but after I read it I wasn't all that impressed. It's OK as a Primer, but it isn't detailed enough for what I thought it was. Still it's an OK book.
07/08/2010
joja joja
Quote:
Originally posted by Blinker
I just bought a new one called Sex is Fun! by Kidder Kaper. It's like a graphic novel instruction book for sex. And it isn't all skinny, white, straight couples, either. All races and genders and couples are represented, and it's ... More
If you like that book, you should check out the Sex is Fun radio show (it's really just a podcast, but I guess that made them feel more official). It has the same fun and sex-positive approach, but it goes more in-depth than the book. I've been a fan for years!
07/19/2010
PassionQT PassionQT
I only own 3 sexual ones and probably won't buy any more, any time soon.

They are:
The Smart Girl's Guide to the G-Spot by Violet Blue (I need to re-read this one since I'm exploring that area more)

Erotic Slavehood by Christina Abernathey

The Complete Manual of Sexual Positions (I couldn't even get in to half those positions!)
07/19/2010
EJ EJ
I know this is an older post, but I think the question is still a good one. My vote goes to Betty Dodson's Sex for One, and Orgasms for Two.
09/23/2011
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