A Lifetime of Sex: The Ultimate Manual on Sex, Women, and Relationships for Ever

A Lifetime of Sex: The Ultimate Manual on Sex, Women, and Relationships for Ever

Want to guarantee that the best sex of your life will always be your next sex? Then open the pages of A Lifetime of Sex to discover the essential secrets of better loving. Inside you'll find detailed, specific, mouth-watering techniques for better, longer sex.
You'll encounter hundreds of insights into how women think about, need, and respond to sex and men.
And you'll learn the right words, thoughts, and actions to guarantee that your relationships get better--and the sex richer--no matter what your age or experience level. Here are just a few things you'll discover in A Lifetime of Sex: Sexual positions we guarantee you have never tried before Three simple sentences that fire up any woman How to get your ex-girlfriend to give back your favorite sweatshirt How to give the perfect foot rub The nine essential steps for the ultimate seduction How to read the sex signals of 12 female body parts The most effective way to re-enter the singles scene 10 easy ways to communicate love to a woman How to measure whether you are getting enough sex Written in the funny, powerful voice that has made Men's Health the most popular men's magazine in the world, A Lifetime of Sex is the definitive book of love, for men of all ages.
 From Library Journal No currently available men's sex guide is "ultimate," and neither is this, despite authorship by a committee of journalists and researchers assembled in conjunction with Men's Health magazine. 

Its considerable strengths include extensive focus on courtship and relationships, especially on pleasing "the woman in one's life," and detailed coverage of men's and women's lifecycle issues, e.g., travel, parenthood, and retirement.
For heterosexuals, the journalistically chipper text incorporates different viewpoints through quotes from "over 150 sex experts" and liberal use of hot-topic sidebars. 

These reasons earn the book a place in most public libraries, but it is not a complete resource. Ironically, health is shortchanged; many sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are not mentioned, and neither is retarded ejaculation or disorders like priapism. 

Also missing are more fringy areas like sex toys, sadomasochism, bisexuality, and open relationships. To cover these areas also, buy Michael Castleman's Sexual Solutions: A Guide for Men and the Women Who Love Them (S. & S., 1989) and Cathy Winks and Anne Semans's The New 

Good Vibrations Guide to Sex (Cleis, 1997).?Martha Cornog, American Coll. of Physicians Lib., Philadelphia Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. 

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