Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
Members Club - A User's Guide to the Penis - cover

Members Club - A User's Guide to the Penis

Piet Hoebeke

Publisher: Green Tree

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

Wherever there are people, there are penises. And even though men always carry their penis with them, we might not know it as well as we think... 
 
Members Club is a fascinating and important exploration of the penis written by leading urologist, Piet Hoebeke.  
 
'Piet Hoebeke knows dick all, which in this case is the highest compliment.' – Tom Rosenthal 
 
Half of the world's population has one; the other half sometimes comes into contact with it, and yet a great deal of ignorance exists regarding the penis. Join celebrated professor of urology Piet Hoebeke, one of the world's leading experts in his field, as he sets out to clarify the mysteries of the male reproductive organ.  
 
Professor Hoebeke draws on his years of experience to address the key questions, such as:  
What is the ideal penis? What's the best technique for taking a pee? Why is an erection that lasts 24 hours a bad thing? And, of course: What to do when your foreskin gets stuck between the zipper of your trousers? 
 
Other areas covered include: the evolution of the penis, size, deviations, sexual health, the disturbed relationship between the man and his penis, sperm production, and the art of good penis maintenance. 
 
Members Club is the no-nonsense guide every penis user needs.

Other books that might interest you

  • Artifact - cover

    Artifact

    Arlene Heyman

    • 0
    • 2
    • 1
    “Thrilling . . . Like all the best literature, Artifact leaves you feeling as if you've been through a major life experience and you're stronger for it.” - Sandra Newman, author of The Heavens 
     
    A sweeping debut novel about love, sex, motherhood, and ambition that follows a gifted and subversive scientist's struggle to reach beyond cultural constraints for the life she wants.  
      
    From practicing psychiatrist and critically acclaimed author of Scary Old Sex (“the kind of bliss that lifts right off the page” -Dwight Garner, NYT), Artifact is the dazzling, half-century-spanning story of biologist Lottie Kristin. Born in Michigan in the early 1940s to a taciturn mother and embittered father, Lottie is independent from the start, fascinated with the mysteries of nature and the human body. By age sixteen, she and her sweetheart, cheerful high school sports hero Charlie Hart, have been through a devastatingly traumatic pregnancy. When an injury ends Charlie's football career four years later, the two move to Texas hoping for a fresh start.  
      
    There, torn between the vitality of the antiwar movement and her family's traditional values, Lottie discovers the joys of motherhood, and reconnects with her interest in biology and experimentation, taking a job as a lab technician. While Charlie's depression pervades their home, Lottie's instinct is toward life; though every step is a struggle, she opts for single motherhood, graduate school, a career, and eventually, a marriage that makes space for all that she is.  
      
    Bravely and wisely written, Artifact is an intimate and propulsive portrait of a whole woman, a celebration of her refusal to be defined by others' imaginations, and a meditation on the glorious chaos of biological life.
    Show book
  • The Tribe of Tiger - Cats and Their Culture - cover

    The Tribe of Tiger - Cats and...

    Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

    • 0
    • 3
    • 0
    From the majestic Bengal tiger to the domesticated Siamese comes a meditation on cats from the bestselling author of The Hidden Life of Dogs and The Social Lives of Dogs  From as far back in time as the disappearance of the dinosaurs, cats have occupied an important place in our evolutionary, social, and cultural history. The family of the cat is as diverse as it is widespread, ranging from the lions, tigers, and pumas of the African and Asian wilds to the domesticated cats of our homes, zoos, and circuses.   When she witnesses her housecat, Rajah, effortlessly scare off two fully-grown deer, acclaimed anthropologist Elizabeth Marshall Thomas starts studying the links that bind the feline family together. Immersing herself in the subtle differences of their social orders, feeding behaviors, and means of communication, Thomas explores the nature of the cat, both wild and domestic, and the resilient streak that has ensured its survival over thousands of years.
    Show book