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Sex Positions Playbook: The Illustrated Guide With 105 Arousing Exciting And Mind Blowing Sex Positions (Kama Sutra And Others) - cover

Sex Positions Playbook: The Illustrated Guide With 105 Arousing Exciting And Mind Blowing Sex Positions (Kama Sutra And Others)

Judy Meyers

Publisher: Childsworth Publishing

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Summary

Don't Let Things Slide In Your Bedroom Because You And Your Partner Have Been Together For A While. 
You can spice things up by trying a variety of hot sex positions. Trying something new gives you and your partner a great way to rekindle the spark in your long-term relationship. 
That is why the 105 sex positions in this book have been compiled for you. These positions will bring new excitement into your sexual activity and mutual enjoyment. Many of the positions can be performed by ordinary people as they do not require acrobatic ability. There are many ideas in this book that you can try no matter your level of fitness, strength or flexibility.  
Your need for a pleasurable sexual encounter can be answered when you choose the right position. Whether you want G-spot stimulation, explosive orgasm or face to face intimacy, there are several positions to choose from.  
Each position is clearly described and illustrated so you can reenact it easily in your home (or wherever you want!). The benefits of each position and possible turn offs are stated so you can easily find the ones that are right for you. 

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