Publisher's Description: This guide from the writers and editors of The Stranger has the information you will actually need that no one else will tell you—for college and for the rest of your existence—including: how to not get a STD, what the music you like says about you, how to turn a crush into something more, how to come out (should you happen to be gay), how to binge drink and not die, how to do drugs (and which ones you should never do), tips on flirting with film nerds, and Dan Savage's very best advice on sex and love.
Publisher's Description: Not all sex positions are equal. Some are great for increasing arousal but not a good way to finish. Others are difficult to perform but offer a sensation like nothing else. How can you experience the best elements of each and every sex position? Don’t do just one — do a whole sequence! This book guides you position-by-position from arousal to building excitement to orgasmic finish. It shows how to master 60 different positions and transition from one position to the next.
Publisher's Description: From the author of the best-selling Fifty Shades of Pleasure: A Bedside Companion comes this naughty new collection of mind-blowing moves! Whether you are single and ready to (co)mingle or married and want to put some new moves into your old routine, pick up this hot how-to and kick your sexcapades up to the next level with fifty new ways to get it on.
Publisher's Description: The most vexing exculpatory cultural narrative of our times is that of a woman 'asking for it'. This book explores how the process of judgment in a criminal trial involves not only the drawing of inferences from the facts of a particular case, but also operates to deliver a narrative. Law, it is argued, constructs a narrative of how the female body incites male violence. This book considers how this narrative is constructed via a range of discursive practices that position woman as a threat to masculine norms of propriety and autonomy.
Publisher's Description: The Thai language has extraordinarily rich, varied, and multi-leveled vocabularies for sexual anatomy, behaviors, identities, and attitudes. The authors deal directly with the language of sex in Thailand in all its raw, sometimes humorous, and often derogatory immediacy. This book engages the language of sex and sexuality in Thailand from critical feminist and queer studies perspectives in order to critique the dominant male-centered and hetero-normative structures of Thai sexual culture.
Publisher's Description: Thousands of women in their fifties, sixties, and seventies are living-and defining-a totally new love narrative. Whether they are already experiencing intimacy, joy-and great sex-or need the inspiration and support to go for it, readers will be energized by the stories of new ways of loving: relationships found (sometimes with younger men); rediscovered childhood sweethearts; long-standing ones enriched; and Internet adventures that feature choices and daring that would have been unimaginable not so long ago.
Publisher's Description: Focusing on the period 1566—1656, this study sheds light on the daily lives and material culture of ordinary prostitutes and their clients in Rome after the Counter-Reformation. In particular, the author explores how and why women became prostitutes, the relationships between prostitutes and clients, and the wealth which potentially could be accumulated. The book challenges traditional assumptions about the success of post-Tridentine reforms on Roman prostitution, revealing that despite energetic attempts at social disciplining by the Counter-Reformation Popes, prostitution continued to flourish, and to provide a lucrative living for many women.
Publisher's Description: To glimpse America’s future, one needs to look no further than its college campuses. Recent Yale graduate, Nathan Harden, undresses perversity among the Ivy and ideology gone wild as the upper echelon of academia is mired in nothing less than a full-fledged moral crisis. Harden reveals how a loss of purpose, borne of extreme agendas and single-minded political correctness shielded under labels of “academic freedom,” subverts the goals of higher education. Harden’s provocative narrative highlights the implications of the controversial Sex Week on campus and the social elitism of the Yale “naked party” phenomenon.
Publisher's Description: This book is a manifesto for shy males who are uncomfortable in the sexually aggressive role. That role specifies that men must make the advances, while women get to remain passive. For shy males, "gender equality" has been a cruel joke since not only do these roles still exist, the male role has been made even more annoying by the actions of feminists who have no idea what agonies shy men experience. This book promotes the elimination of these roles, which, despite what feminists believe, more men than women are in favor of.
Publisher's Description: A common-sense guide on how to utilize sexuality to complement a full-scope system of yoga practices. Practical techniques are provided which enable both couples and solo practitioners to utilize the sexual response to cultivate sexual energy to its highest levels of spiritual manifestation. This book takes the mystery out of sexuality and its relationship to yoga and the spiritual path.