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

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Sexual positions book II review

Sexual Positions Book II contains a wide array of explicit photographs depicting a variety of sexual positions. Unfortunately, the book was published in 1985 and is extremely dated both in its photography and its information.
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Pros:
Lots of photos, great for a laugh for those of us reared in the 80's!
Cons:
Extremely dated photography and information
Rating by reviewer:
1
extremely useful review
After reading and reviewing Hans Richter’s “Sexual Positions Book I|Sexual positions book I,” I decided to press on and read “Sexual Positions Book II|Sexual positions book II.” The second book is a slight improvement over the first, but still comes across as incredibly dated. The book is copyrighted 1985 (as opposed to the original’s 1976), and believe me, it shows.

For those of us who are children of the 80’s, there is a certain amusement to be found in the photographs. The women almost uniformly have big, layered hair and ‘poofy’ bangs, and the photographs in the “Dressing for Sex” section are a hoot—very “Flashdance”! The men, however, still look like throwbacks to the height of 1970’s fashion, with lots of facial hair, male perms and sideburns—no 80’s mullets, Flock-of-Seagulls hairstyles or glam pretty-boys here! L

The book is much better produced than the first book; all of the pages are glossy, and do not have the graininess/blurriness of the first book. The first 56 pages of the book are in color; the rest are in black and white. The book does provide multiple photographs for each sexual position demonstrated, but some of the photos do not really seem to fit with the description of the position (as in “Missionary Position, Variation 6,” for example). Again, the positions are listed as variations on a few basics, and do not feature any cute or commonly-used names.

The “Foreplay” section of the book is on the lame side, featuring such exciting topics as “Kissing” and “Body Pressing” (???). Also leaving something to be desired is the section on Sexual Aids, which covers BOTH vibrators AND lotions! And… um… that’s it. This section is sadly behind the times in the range of both products available.

Finally, the book closes with a section on sexual variations, or “Different Paths,” and includes token sections on homosexuality, “wife-swapping,” swinging, orgies, and… INTERRACIAL SEX!!!?? I am sorry, but in today’s day and age, I hardly think of Interracial Sex as a sexual “variation.”

Like its predecessor, Sexual Positions Book II is good for a laugh, but not much else except a wide selection of dated photographs of various sexual positions (many photos for each position, which admittedly is a nice touch). For
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  • Amazing news!, bro
  • Dame Demi
    Oops!  Cut off the end of my review! :(  The last sentence is supposed to be "For its price, though, it is dated and not terribly useful. "
  • UrbanDurga
    Haha. Interracial Sex as an alternative sexual lifestyle. That's amazing. And I'd love to figure out what "Body Pressing" really means. Massage? Accupressure? Naughty Time Sumo?
  • Dame Demi
    Haha.  The "Body Pressing" seriously resembled "hugging," but that's just in my opinion....;)
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