The Fine Art Of Erotic Talk - erotic book by Bantam - review by Lady Neshamah

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Communication in sex

The Fine Art of Erotic Talk is a wonderful step into the world of using words in a more sensual way. It goes over anything you could possibly need and has something for someone starting out with this kind of play to someone that studied Communication for years.
for old vets and newbies
not a thing
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When I was in college, I studied Communication. And to clarify, the majors of Communication and communications are totally different animals. Communications is media and how it works, like radio, newspaper and television and how to work in the news. Communication is how people interact. How they talk to each other with words and non verbals. Or that's they way it was defined at the college that I went to.

So I have always been attracted to books that have to do with the way that people talk and interact with each other, even in sexual ways.

The Fine Art of Erotic Talk is one of those books that drew me in just from skimming the back of it. It's written by Bonnie Gabriel and came out in 1996. Yes, that is a few years ago, but the info never really goes out of date when it comes to using your voice and words in sexy, erotic ways. The book itself is about the right size to tuck into a purse without weighing the bag down at all.

The information that is in The Fine Art of Erotic Talk is perfect for anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a Communication major or not. Even if you are someone that feels they aren't very good when it comes to talking with a lover or in the middle of sex, there is going to be something for you in this book.

It goes over how to play with the mind of your playmate and turn them on by only using words. It gives some wonderful suggestions if you are new at this game. It also shows the way that the mind and words work together to create intimacy. There is also a section about the power in the tones of the voice and how to work on it if you aren't comfortable with doing that.

There is also sections on how to do role play with words and how to dominate without touching someone. There is even ways of working on how to do the classic "dirty talk".

Yeah, this is one of those books that I wish I had when I started my courses in Communication and would have helped with some more unusual studies.
Follow-up commentary
I know it may sound a bit odd, but I have been thinking of getting a copy of The Fine Art Of Erotic Talk for an old teacher of mine. I know that she does have a section of her class on using words when it comes to sex and I think she may be able to use this one.
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