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A thirtieth anniversary edition of the guide first published in 1972 features updated text and illustrations and covers such topics as sexually transmitted diseases and achieving healthy intimacy. Reprint.
Are you tired of the current state of sex in your relationship or marriage? Then, get ready to transform your sexual life, increase intimacy and improve your relationship! The Joy of Sex reveals important secrets you need to know in order to have an enjoyable sex in your marriage. You'll discover: what a woman needs to know about a man's sexuality what a man needs to know about a woman's sexuality some common sexual problems couples face in their relationship and how to solve them why the wedding day should not be held in high esteem, why God made you a sexual being, why you need to enjoy your sex life. ...more. Relationship, sex and marriage can be sweet, no doubts; but there are lot of things you need to know to avoid grievous mistakes. You will also be discovering answers to questions such as: What is the first year of marriage like? How will I know if my partner is truly satisfied in bed? Why do I feel like I'm not always satisfied sexually by my partner? Why do I feel scared of losing my relationship/marriage and how can I resolve that fear? How do I know when to seek help in solving my marriage/relationship problems? answers to many confusing sexual relationship questions that couples have. Download the Kindle ebook or get the paperback and be ready to encounter a total transformation in your life, home and relationship as truths and mysteries are revealed to you.
As a champion of trusting, loving relationships, this groundbreaking book advocates mutual respect and tenderness between lovers. A bestseller since it was first published in 1972, Alex Comfort's classic work celebrated human physical intimacy with such authority and clarity that a whole generation felt empowered to enjoy sex. No other book has come close in providing such an imaginative, uninhibited, and entertaining guide to lovemaking.The reasons for unfulfilling sexual relations today are different to those of Alex Comfort's original audience. This new edition of The Joy of Sex, fully revised and updated by respected sex expert and relationship psychologist Susan Quilliam, contains over 40 new entries, bringing Comfort's original, frank advice up to date for the modern readership.
A bestseller since it was first published in 1972, Alex Comfort's classic work celebrates human physical intimacy with such authority and clarity that a whole generation felt empowered to enjoy sex. It was groundbreaking and unique in the wide range of subjects it discussed and in its reassuring authority and sense of fun. No other book has come close in providing such a wise, witty, uninhibited - sometimes delightfully eccentric - guide to lovemaking. And the original illustrations are absolutely iconic.
38 - year - old Robert Bennett has recently undergone a revelation: he doesn't actually like sex. He has never derived great pleasure from it, and nor has any woman he's slept with. He still has a sex drive, mind, and he is still attracted to his wife, but he believes that the things we get from sex can be got from other activities that are more rewarding, and less messy. Why go through all the awkwardness of sex to have an orgasm when you can get there by enjoying a good old sneeze instead? Why spend hours fumbling around with your partner's bits when you can strengthen your marriage by taking up hobbies together such as taxidermy and matchstick cathedral modelling? This is the gospel Robert wishes to spread, and the result is this hilarious guide to life without sex. Wonderfully illustrated with spoof drawings based on Alex Comfort's The Joy of Sex, it is irreverent, outrageous and very funny.
An elegant and intelligent gift book for those looking to add an element of adventure to their physical relationships from the world's most trusted sex-information brand, The Joy of Sex. Every act of sex is an adventure, but beyond the willingness it takes to take on the basic adventure of sex, there is another level of possible exploration, one that takes you deeper into the recesses of your partner's desires.With thought-provoking text by relationship psychologist Susan Quilliam, The Adventurous Lover will help readers to explore their own and their partner's desires and add an extra dimension to their intimate lives. This book is the perfect companion for those times when you need ideas for what to do and guidelines for how to do it, for when you need arousing inspiration to kick-start your adrenalin, and for when you need confidence to push the boundaries, and then push them a little further.
Titles include "The New Joy of Sex" and "More Joy of Sex".
For more than 20 years, Betty Dodson has been dedicated to taking the shame out of masturbation, showing it to be a healthy form of sexual expression. With warmth and intelligence, and informative line drawings, Dodson explains how anyone can learn to fully enjoy the pleasures of self-love, pointing out that masturbation is still the safest sex. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Newly updated for the 1990s, this guide to homosexual sex includes new information on AIDS, safe sex, alternative families, and much more. $35,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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For a new century and a new generation of readers comes a fully revised and expanded edition of a classic guide to gay sex, love, and life. Featuring 50 new illustrations. One of the touchstones of the emerging gay consciousness when it was first published in the 70’s, and a standard reference for gay men throughout the 80’s and 90’s, The Joy of Gay Sex has informed countless men about the ins and outs of gay life, love, and pleasure. A full decade has now passed since the last update, and while the gay community has seen improved treatments for AIDS, more positive media coverage, new forums for the expression of community, and more favorable laws, there continues to be an urgent need for this book’s brand of positive and responsible advice. Invaluable not only as a sex guide but as a resource on building self-esteem, and a coming out guide for young gay men, The Joy of Gay Sex addresses the many emotional and relationship-oriented issues in gay life, from long-term couples and one-night stands, to loneliness and growing older. It also serves as a general reference on a number of diverse topics, including living wills and insurance.
This witty and provocative study of sex and marriage manuals reveals the patterns of permissiveness and prohibition, and, tellingly, the mechanisms of suasion and enforcement - from sermons and hellfire to mutilation and electroshock - that have informed popular sex education over the past hundred and twenty years. From the roaring '20s to the 1960s sexual revolution and after, Teaching America about Sex reveals that, even as sexual behavior changed during periods of upheaval, the prescriptive literature on sex has remained traditional at its core, promoting primarily sex within marriage for the purpose of reproduction.
Explains the importance and benefits of sexual fantasies while sharing forty types of sexual fantasies common to the Western world
Part One: The Basics -- In Praise of Solo Sex; How Much is Too Much?; An Evening Alone with You; Creative Touching; Toys and Other Self-Love Objects. Part Two: Advanced Practices -- Sex Secrets and Solo Sex; Symbolic Exhibitionism. Part Three: Ultimate Orgasm and the Mind -- Fantasy is More Real; Ultimate Fantasies; How to Have Multiple Orgasms; Heightening Hunger Through Abstinence; Psychic Orgasm: The Ultimate High; Epilogue.
Good Sex presents sexual ethics in the light of faith. Speaking on behalf of Christianity, Buss describes "love your neighbor as yourself" as the only Christian "rule"; it is a positive rule rather than one that focuses on prohibitions. Since this call is never fulfilled in practice, it is joined by forgiveness for oneself and others. More concrete guidelines need to be aided by "wisdom," which is not specifically Christian. Detailed biblical support is provided at the end. Stipe, a contemporary Pagan, advocates respect for all living things and doing no harm as a minimal ethical guide, leaving positive prescriptions to individual judgment. Buss and Stipe discuss details of sexual ethics in largely positive terms--what is good to do--but also with a concern for problems that should be avoided. They agree in many practical matters, just as Christians and Pagans did many years ago, before sexual equality became an ideal. They discuss various kinds of sex, including seeing and being seen, touching, masturbation, and penetration; different sexual identities; committed and uncommitted relationships, including the advisability of extended relations; having and raising children; abortion; and sensuous awareness in a spiritual setting.
As new faculty members in the Section of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University, we began collaborating on research into assessment and treatment of sexual problems in the fall of 1975. Although each of us arrived with clinical and research in terests in the broad field of sexual problems, the idea for this book grew out of our early discussions and a consensus on the future direction of research. We noted that there had been an extremely rapid increase in knowledge of human sexual behavior as well as sexual disorders and their treatment over the last few decades. It has also become increasingly apparent that sexual problems, broadly conceived, comprise a sizable fraction of the problems for which people seek treatment, and that, although the treatment of sexual problems was achieving some success, treatment was for the most part slow, costly, and without any guarantee of successful outcome. Furthermore, there were many people with sexual prob lems for whom treatment was not available. With these ideas in mind, it seemed timely for investigators in the field of human sex uality and its disorders to turn their attention to the problem of prevention. Organizing a symposium on the topic enabled us to invite leading investigators in the study of sexual behavior to address this area. The chapters in this volume are an outgrowth and refinement of the formal papers delivered at the symposium, which was held in the spring of 1976.
“Mark has eloquently unraveled the mystery behind addictive behavior: when our relationships are not alive and growing, the temptation for various kinds of addictions is unleashed..”—Dr. Gary Smalley With today’s rampant availability of Internet pornography, sexual addiction has become a national epidemic that affects up to 10 percent of Christians. As devastating as any drug habit, it brings heartbreak and despair to those it entangles. But there is help for men and women caught in sexual addiction’s downward spiral. This book offers a path that leads beyond compulsive thoughts and behaviors to healing and transformation. Sensitive to the shame of sexual addiction without minimizing its sinfulness, Dr. Mark Laaser traces the roots of the problem, discusses its patterns and impact, and maps out a biblical approach to self-control and sexual integrity. Previously titled Faithful and True, this revision includes an all-new section that deals with sexual addiction in the church. Other important changes reflect cultural trends, incorporate current research, and place a greater emphasis on spiritual growth. This book also addresses the unique needs and issues of female sex addicts. Whether you know someone with a sexual addiction or struggle yourself, Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction points the way to understanding, wholeness, and holiness.
Juffer demonstrates how women's consumption of erotica and porn for their own pleasure can be empowering while simultaneously reinforcing conservative ideals. She shows, for instance, how the Victoria's Secret catalog functions as a kind of pornography whose popularity is enhanced by both its reliance on Victorian themes of secrecy and privacy and by its appeals to the pleasures of modern career women. In her pursuit to understand what women like and how they get it, Juffer delves into adult cable channels, erotic literary anthologies, sex therapy guides, cyberporn, masturbation, and sex toys, showing the degrees to which these materials have been domesticated for home consumption.

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