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Sex Rules! - Astonishing Sexual Practices and Gender Roles Around the World - cover

Sex Rules! - Astonishing Sexual Practices and Gender Roles Around the World

Janice Z. Brodman

Publisher: Mango

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Summary

Sex roles, sex rules and sexual practices ─ How much do you really know about sex and sexual activity customs and behavior around our world?

Sex is always hot. Other people's lusty antics even hotter. This book pulls back the curtains on a dizzying array of hilarious stereotype-busting sexual practices from around the world. It is joyful, deliciously outrageous, titillating, hilarious. The fact that it's all true makes it even more fascinating. It takes the ever-intriguing question “What is ‘normal’ sex?” and creates a rollicking worldwide tour with LOL perspectives on extraordinary sexual activity. It will astound you, regale you, blow you away. At the same time, it expands your tolerance, proving sex is like happiness – universally sought but subjectively enjoyed.

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