Publisher's Description: A collection of erotica containing love sex, revenge sex, stranger sex and so-good-you-can't-think-straight sex in all its raw, messy glory. In Peggy Munson's "Into the Baptismal," two farm girls decide to test their virginity pledges one rainy summer night. A group of well-equipped tops indulge in a friend's cop fetish before she—a real police officer—goes undercover in Skian McGuire's "Phoebe's Undercover Bon Voyage." And Kathleen Warnock's "After Lunch" makes it clear that the best dish in a small-town restaurant isn't on the menu.
Publisher's Description: Kristin Davis, the "Manhattan Madam," reveals the sexual techniques that her clients paid thousands of dollars an hour for and that garnered her the largest and flashiest client list in the industry. Drawn from the manual used to train her high-end escorts, this book teaches women how to seduce a man completely and keep him intrigued—before and after the clothes come off.
Publisher's Description: Dr. Moyad takes an unvarnished and candid look at all the topics that men and their partners have wondered about and answers the questions that they have been afraid to ask. What factors contribute to erections and what can a man do as he ages to promote a healthy sex life? What is the connection between diet, health, and sexuality? Are there true aphrodisiacs? What about the testosterone replacement therapy that commercials tout? Are there supplements that actually work to enhance male sexual function?
Publisher's Description: Larry Flynt teams up with Columbia University history professor David Eisenbach to peek behind the White House bedroom curtains and document how hidden passions have shaped public life. They unpack salacious rumors and outright scandals, showing how private affairs have driven pivotal decisions—often with horrific consequences. Along the way, they explore the origins of America’s fascination with sex scandals and explain how we can put aside our political moralism and begin focusing on the real problems that threaten our nation.
Publisher's Description: This guide shows mind-blowing positions, incredible oral techniques, and new exciting things to try in 300 color photos and illustrations. Each technique is broken down in step-by-step photo sequences with instructive captions and text so you can learn—and see—every detail of the move from the angle of their hips to the placement of their hands and mouth.
Publisher's Description: This book harbors both modern and historical sexual shenanigans, from ancient Rome to today’s Washington. Sports stars, celebrities, politicians, kings, and clergy—no group has been spared the often farcical consequences of sexual desire. This collection lays some of the most hushed and wildest scandals bare in this compilation of risqué behavior by the rich and famous.
Publisher's Description: You can’t be a superstar sex partner until you’ve mastered the subtle art of cunnilingus. For starters, you need to get your timing down, learn what licks feel good and how to be sure your partner is truly enjoying your efforts. This book is packed with tips and techniques to improve those tingling tongue moves and features tastefully erotic photos of positions perfect for oral pleasuring. The book also explains how cunnilingus helps you feel connected with your partner and how to enrich that experience.
Publisher's Description: As a sassy young woman used to drinking, partying, blogging, and shopping her way through London, the call of a glamorous, tax-free career in sunny Dubai couldn’t go unanswered. Over the course of two years, an entire city funded by oil wealth rises from the dust around her as Becky rapidly scales the career ladder. She becomes a celebrity editor in a land where sex doesn't sell and spends most nights in a five-star blur of champagne luxury. Dubai offers everything, but things soon get messy—not least because a wealthy Arab man makes her his mistress. Skinny-dipping, affairs, gay parties—Wicks soon discovers just how easy it is to break the law in Dubai! Wicks lifts the burqa from the razzledazzle and reveals some of the most scandalous goings-on in the world’s fastest up-and-coming city of gold.
Publisher's Description: A lively look at how Shakespeare's treatment of human sexuality in his plays and poems relates to the sexual conventions, sexual mores, and actual sexual behaviors of his day. Stanley Wells draws on historical and anecdotal sources to present an illuminating account of sexual behavior—and its consequences—in Shakespeare's time.
Publisher's Description: Internationally known as a writer, hostess, and patron of the arts of the twentieth century, Mabel Dodge Luhan (1879–1962) is not known for her experiences with venereal disease, unmentioned in her four-volume published memoir. Rudnick examines Luhan’s life through the lenses of venereal disease, psychoanalysis, and sexology. She shows us a mover and shaker of the modern world whose struggles with identity, sexuality, and manic depression speak to the lives of many women of her era.