Dirty talk - book by Chronicle Books - review by On Bended Knee

Dirty talk

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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.
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I am not the world’s expert on dirty talking. That is for sure. In fact, I have a tendency to clam up except in those few moments when I have no idea what is coming out of my mouth because I am the deep fog of euphoria from extreme levels of sexual excitement. However, I certainly know how to listen to it, and I know the importance of a well timed email, text, or better yet phone call.

I wasn’t always like that though. I was too proper, too controlled, too uptight. So where the hell was this book then? Dirty Talk: Speak the Language of Lust by Lynne Stanton is a great book for a beginner (and possibly the intermediate talker) to the world of talking filth. And, have I mentioned that is absolutely adorable? No? This is probably the cutest little fucker I have seen in a long time. Covered in red velvet and cute, chic graphics, it is a great gift to give and great to keep on your night stand.

This isn’t a book that you read cover to cover, though you certainly could. This is a book that you keep on your night stand, open the next section, and read for about ten minutes. It isn’t designed to get the juices flowing. It is designed get the brain pumping. It is chocked full of cute ideas for a well timed pillow talking sessions whether that is on the phone, face to face, or over text or email. It is full of great do’s and don’ts, such as: Do practice by yourself if you are unsure if you can do it for you lover, and don’t bring up bills, the time, or your upcoming visit to your parents’ when you are in the moment.

The book is also full of tons of examples of one-liners to get you 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. This will help you get used to the idea of communicating during foreplay or while in the throes of passion.

For those more advanced learners, it will not teach you how to be exceptionally profane. In fact, I can’t even recall reading the word pussy once in the entire text. Is that a bad thing? Not necessarily. It is just that many of those words are left out, which will make the newcomer much more comfortable with talking to their lover.

The book is also clearly catering to women, though I know of many men who could use a little help in this department. However, what is to stop you from giving this to your man? Not a damn thing! I think it is just as important for men to see things from a woman’s perspective. They might understand you just a little bit better. Maybe.

I give Dirty Talk three stars. It is a fun, light read designed to get the newcomer ready for the art of dirty talking, but it leaves men and more advanced “talkers” out. A great gift idea for that open-minded friend in your life.
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  • C4ss
    Thanks for the info on this one.
  • Jon S
    thanks
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