Sexual Positions Book I was probably an explicit and cutting-edge guide to sex 30-some years ago. Today, it is dated enough to be humorous, and contains little of real value except some explicit photographs of different sexual positions.
Violet Blue does an excellent job of presenting the porn film industry in layman's terms. She covers everything from "How to Watch Porn" to "Safer Sex in Porn." With over 300 movie reviews broken into different genres, this is a must read for anyone new to porn.
Extremely informative about the porn film industry; over 300 very useful reviews.
Published in 2003--movies reviewed may be out of date.
Some of the suggestions are how to move, while others ask you to focus on a certain body part of your lover's or a particular sensation inside your own. I found The Kama Sutra for 21st Century Lovers to be an excellent mix of a bedside sexual position guide and a tool to help bring more sensuality to relationships.
This is an absolutely beautiful and well-written book featuring attractive models.
Overall the book is quite plain and easy to read. Although it isn't detailed and profound enough for a medical professional, it certainly contains all the information any woman needs to know in order to have a healthy and enjoyable sexual life.
The book is very intuitive with detailed chapters covering partner-interactive body cleansing and mind preparation, different body area massage techniques, setting the mood with lighting suggestions, scent suggestions, and even kissing, foreplay, and afterplay ideas I've not thought of.
Because this book devotes only a small section to each topic, I think it is best for an absolute beginner or the slightly seasoned amateur. Even if you're not sure you'd be into pony, rope, or gender play, it's worth checking out this book just to get a better idea of what other people love to do to get off!
The book is also full of tons of examples of one-liners to get your started, including role playing and communicating fantasies. You can play innocent or try your hand at being the boss. The plus for a beginner is that the scripted one-liners are not particularly filthy.
Cage writes humorously, seriously, in-your-face, down-to-earth, and motherly all wrapped up in one. She talks to the reader, not at her, avoiding the in a "I've been to Gay Mecca, USA and had sex with a lot of women and you don't know anything" sort of tone.
This cute little book is packed full of 116 tips from masturbation to de-stressing and regrouping yourself before sex. This little book can be read in one sitting, or you can take your time and check out just a few tips at a time so you can try them out, come back read some more then take those ones for a test drive.
At first glance, the promise of Nicci Talbots' Orgasms: A Sensual Guide to Female Ecstasy is not unlike the breathless exclamations of glossy women's magazines. This photo-heavy guide is chock-full of shiny, well-lit, and meticulously styled hetero couples getting amorous alongside bite-sized paragraphs about dildos, tantric sex, and spooning.
Wild Side Sex: The Book of Kink opens a window, or dungeon bars, to the world of SM, D/s, M/s, fetishism, and every kinky thing in between...Midori teases and massages endless components of the kink world through her sexy words
...if you can endure or even appreciate these stylistic quirks, you will be well rewarded. Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns is an absolutely comprehensive book on BDSM...This is a book you don't want to pass up.