Definitely Sweet, Not Sour!

A great educational book that really does enhance your ability to please your mate using a variety of methods that actually work without heavy jargon or crude innuendos.
Published:
Pros:
Great for Beginners or Experienced Lovers
Cons:
You could get a paper cut.
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review
I was actually introduced to Tickle His Pickle through a male friend several years ago. He’d read the book, and became so enamored with it, that he’d request his less experienced/virginal girlfriends to read it. Me, being the rather curious sort I am, asked to borrow it figuring that I’d at least be an amusing read, if nothing else. I was happy to find out that not only was it entertaining, but it was also incredibly informative as well.

There’s a great emphasis on safe sex in the book with an entire section devoted specifically to it. Something that I personally love as film and television tend to gloss over the need to use protection in today’s society. The first real chapter of the book covers re-igniting passion in your relationship, and then moves into an explanation of a penis’ anatomy minus all the lengthy and overly verbose information often found in medical journals. It’s kind of like what you learned in Sex Ed, but includes all the stuff that your Teacher in high school probably left out. Like where to rub, how to stroke, and what you probably shouldn’t get too rough with.

The techniques themselves are easy to follow and don’t require any gymnastic experience. You’re first taught the basics and then you move into items that combine separate techniques, or require mastery of a previously taught skill/harder to execute. There’s always an illustration with an in-depth description for each skill, so you won’t feel like you’ve just read your stereo’s instruction manual in Mandarin.

One of my personal faves about the book itself is really the conversational-style that it’s written in. It’s not a personal experience book, so there aren’t long stories to read through, but an occasional anecdote does turn up. At the same time, it isn’t written to the tune of a cook book with “No 5. Insert here and move around.” There also isn’t an overly female presence in the writing-style of the book, so it really isn’t for “girls only”. Actually, Dr. Sadie specifically says that this book is for anybody (gay, straight, bi) who just wants to learn more about pleasing their guy. And I can definitely say from using some of the techniques, that it does just that!
Experience
You might want to pace yourself through the techniques section with your partner and practice each one at your own speed. You'll have the benefit of figuring out what works for the best for both of you, and gradually add to your pleasure arsenal at the same time.
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Comments
  • Dame Demi
    Dame Demi  
    I've heard such great things about this book, I really need to check it out! Thanks!
  • Victoria
    Victoria  
    I love that the author is called a 'Penis Genius'...awesome. Thanks for the great review!
  • Sleeping Dreamer
    Sleeping Dreamer  
    This is one of the better book reviews I've read, thanks for the read.
  • Viktor Vysheslav Malkin
    Viktor Vysheslav Malkin  
    Very nice review! Big smile
  • OhMy!
    OhMy!  
    Great review. We've added it to our wish list after reading this one!
  • Lady Neshamah
    Lady Neshamah  
    thanks for the review
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