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Hot Sex - Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight - cover

Hot Sex - Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight

Emily Morse, Jamye Waxman

Publisher: Weldon Owen

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“A deliciously detailed primer . . . cover[s] the gamut from sensuality to role-playing and everything in between . . . Get ready to rock your sex life!” —Candida Royalle, feminist erotic filmmaker & author of How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do From radio personality Emily Morse and sex educator Jamye Waxman comes all the awesome information of The Joy of Sex without cheesy art or outdated photos. This gorgeously graphic guide to getting it on will appeal to a hip, contemporary audience and is a beautiful book for the cellphone or tablet as well. Comprehensive, filled with useful guidance and hints, lavishly illustrated and no-holds-barred, this is the new definitive guide to sex with hundreds of ideas to enhance your sex life’s playfulness, passion, and possibilities . . . starting tonight! “A simply wonderful book that everyone should have in their collection. The combination of spot-on advice with beautiful, accessible graphics makes this an instant classic. Pick any page to jump-start your own fun evening or weekend. Kudos to the authors for an excellent job.” —Nina Hartley, author of Nina Hartley’s Guide to Total Sex “This book serves up sex education like it’s a beautiful box of Valentine’s day chocolates. Given with a whole lot of love, Hot Sex is a sampler of sweet, sensual snacks in perfect, petite portions that give gooey gratification. Delicious!” —Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., sexologist, artist, pleasure activist
Available since: 10/11/2011.
Print length: 323 pages.

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