Did you know that the clitoris has 8000 nerve endings, twice as many as the penis? Here is everything you've wondered about the female orgasm and how to make it happen. A witty, well-researched and revealing guide to giving your lover an orgasm every time. More than just foreplay, Ian Kerner argues that oral sex is the key to a great sex life for both partners. Short sections cover philosophy, technique, step-by-step instructions and detailed anatomical information, essential to both beginners and experienced lovers.'It's time to close the sex gap and create a level playing field in the exchange of pleasure, and cunnilingus is far more than just a means for achieving this noble end; it's the cornerstone of a new sexual paradigm, one that exuberantly extols a shared experience of pleasure, intimacy, respect and contentment. It's also one of the greatest gifts of love a man can bestow upon a woman.' Ian Kerner
She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Pleasuring a Woman (2004) is a complete and detailed guidebook for performing cunnilingus. Author and sex counselor Ian Kerner argues that women require prolonged and consistent clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm, which can best be provided through oral sex… Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.
An empowering book about standing your ground while dating, in marriage, in your career, and anywhere else. As an author and a coach who has been helping women for more than a decade, I noticed some women were in trouble. Not just in their relationships, some had unfulfilling jobs, didn't get paid what they were worth, had always dreamt of starting their own business but never did, felt lonely even though they had a husband and kids... the list goes on and on. So many women try to be the perfect girlfriends, wives, mothers, friends, sisters, colleagues, business owners, bosses, and more. They love to serve and want to succeed in the many roles they have to play. They are compliant, even to the people who don't really deserve that kind of treatment. They give it all they have, every single day. Regardless of their tremendous efforts, some women get little in return. They feel used. They get men that keep flaking out, careers that don't feel meaningful, and possibly a body that starts to feel and look more and more tired. Did you ever notice that burnout tends to afflict women much more often than men? There's a reason for that, as you'll learn. This should stop. Some women seem to have found a loophole, a backdoor in the current system. There are women out there who have designed the life they live. I call these women the high-value women. This value has nothing to do with money. It turns out the high-value woman follows a set of strategies and principles. I'll share them with you throughout this book. You might have seen and met her. She's the woman who is self-employed, doing the thing she loves, and making a living off of it. She's the woman who might have decided to have a normal career, with a twist. It's the type of career she enjoys and she is actually appreciated for the hard work and hours she puts into it. When she speaks, others listen, even the men in her office with over-inflated egos. Her job almost never feels like work and is deeply fulfilling. It doesn't cost her energy; she gets energy from it. When she wakes up, she can't wait to get started with her day. She is the woman who has found and created herself a loving relationship with a man she loves. She is also the woman who is happily single, the woman who doesn't need a man to be happy. She has a supportive circle of great friends, and she has the time to hang out with them, even when she has kids. She knows how to set the world to her hand, so it seems, and some women wonder how she does it. That's what this book is about, I'll uncover her strategies. I've been studying and interviewing her for so long now that I can't wait to share everything with you. We'll dive in what to do in your romantic relationships, in your career, in your personal life, and most importantly, in your own mind. I'm sure you already are a high-value woman in many ways. Some parts of the book will reaffirm that you're on the right track; others will provide a new way of thinking to take you to the next level. Are you curious to find out how the high-value woman does it all? Then hit the buy button at the top of this page and start your high value woman journey right away!
Love Comes First is Erica Jong’s long-awaited return to her poetic roots! Here is Erica Jong’s first book of all-new poems in more than a decade. Known and beloved for Fear of Flying and her many other books of fiction, nonfiction and poetry, Jong expounds on the most eternal, universal topic of all: love. Using brilliant imagery and intense metaphorical insights to paint vivid pictures of love, and all that comes with it—the heights of elation, the depths of sorrow—she covers every inch of the spectrum with her vibrant and insightful words. Perfect for wedding showers, lovers of all ages, and Valentine’s Day, Jong’s trademark trailblazing style and remarkable ability to bridge the gap between literary and popular poetry makes Love Comes First an instant classic. Discover— or discover yet again—the brilliance of Erica Jong. Watch the trailer for this book:
This poetry deals with real life. Some will relate or reminisce, some will stop and ponder what it must be like to be that woman, and still others may drop to their knees and pray. Whatever the emotion, please know that these poems represent the lives of real women all around you every day. So don't critique this book based on the implied erotic content. Instead, celebrate with me the gift of the author and her creativity in giving "girl talk" new life!
Has any big subject ever generated so many myths, lies and unfounded claims as sex? The Rough Guide to Sex is the antidote to the cynical hype, noisy boasts and all those embarrassed silences. It tells it how it is - for men and women, gay and straight from touch and masturbation to sexual positions with accessible 'how to do it' advice. Honest and informative, author James McConnachie gets up close and personal, covering not just body parts, techniques and accessories, but sexual health, attitudes, expectations and beliefs. Amply illustrated, this is a book for the curious, dealing with everything you know and don't know about sex- and beyond. It unveils the nature of desire, the meaning of fantasy, the science of orgasm - what works and what doesn't for both him and her. It tells how scientists and gurus, writers and lovers, perverts and priests have all contributed to the story of sex. Above all, it looks at how sex really figures in people's lives. Myth-busting, witty, thoughtful, and candid, The Rough Guide to Sex uncovers the facts of life without the fiction.
A great gift for relatives or loved ones who are expecting. This is a MUST READ if you are about to become a dad. From Scottish writer Guy Fee, this easy-to-read guide slices through the do's and don'ts of becoming a new father - from saving your child's life to recruiting babysitters to staying in control in the delivery room. In 69 fantastically clear and amusing steps, the author transforms you from panic attack victim to crisis manager as you step from baby facilitator to regulator. THE 69 BEST TIPS FOR NEW FATHERS is a funny and sensitive exploration of the humbling journey from man to father.
Dad, ever wondered how you're doing as a father? Feeling as if you could do better? Wondering whether it is too late to do it right or even make corrections? Concerned that your time came and went, and you blew the shot? Take heart; you're not alone in asking yourself whether you are on the plus or minus side as a dad and being afraid of the answer. In The Dad Who is There: My Journey to Becoming a Plus-side Father Greg Schillo gives encouragement to all dads to keep up the effort, no matter where you are in your fathering. He lets you know it's never too late, you'll be glad you stayed with it, and you may even be doing better than you knew!
Every decade seems to produce a novel that captures the public’s imagination with a story that sweeps readers up and takes them on a thrilling, unforgettable ride. Ron McLarty’s The Memory of Running is this decade’s novel. By all accounts, especially his own, Smithson "Smithy" Ide is a loser. An overweight, friendless, chain-smoking, forty-three-year-old drunk, Smithy’s life becomes completely unhinged when he loses his parents and long-lost sister within the span of one week. Rolling down the driveway of his parents’ house in Rhode Island on his old Raleigh bicycle to escape his grief, the emotionally bereft Smithy embarks on an epic, hilarious, luminous, and extraordinary journey of discovery and redemption.