Sexual positions book I by Doc Johnson - review by Dame Demi

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Sexual positions book I review

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.
Published:
Pros:
Lots of explicit photographs, good for a laugh
Cons:
Extremely dated, poor production quality
Rating by reviewer:
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extremely useful review
Sexual Positions Book I|Sexual positions book I is packed full of explicit photos and tons of text on various sexual positions. It is also copyrighted 1976. 1976! And, believe me, it has not aged well. This book looks and reads as dated as I feared.

The book is of rather poor quality. Both the text and the photographs have a faded and sometimes blurry quality to them that makes the book look exceedingly cheap—and it is not an inexpensive book!

The photographs are very explicit and detailed, though again, they are of quite poor quality. The majority are in black and white, with 56 pages done in color. The color photos are of slightly superior print quality to the black and white, probably because they are printed on glossy paper. The photos, however, are extremely dated—facial hair, shag haircuts, huge sideburns, male perms, and pubic regions that have never known wax or razor abound! There is also a “special feature” flip-book in the upper corner of “a couple in action.” Umm. Yeah. It looked to me like two naked people pressed together doing sit-ups.

The text is also quite dated, featuring such timely topics as “Wife-Swapping”! It is also very wordy and quite ponderous to read. The sexual positions are not given names, simply designated as “Missionary—Variation 1”, etc. The Reverse Cowgirl, for example, is simply “Woman On Top Position—Variation 9.” In addition to the aforementioned wife-swapping, the book contains token sections on lesbianism, “troilism,” and homosexuality. It also dedicates a few pages to contraception and “sexual hygiene,” most of which is a graphically photographed and somewhat inexplicable exploration of douching.

Sexual Positions Book I is good for a laugh, in my opinion, if you can borrow a copy from someone. It is definitely not worth the price, and is too dated to be truly informative in today’s sexual world.
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  • UrbanDurga
    Can I just say...if I see this book in a used book store or thrift store, I WILL be picking it up. 70s sex is go!!!
  • Dame Demi
    I soooo thought of you when reading this, Miss Lizbet!  ;)  The photos alone are almost worth the price, and I know your love for Mustachioed Afros!
  • sasweetheart89
    a FLIP-BOOK?? i have to see this book!
  • Zombie Ghost
    Flash to the 70's. This would be fun to flip through.
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