The only book where its so much fun to read about sex as it is to have sex. And it just keeps getting better.
When I started reading this book, the men who made snapchat weren’t even born and the founders of Facebook where 6 years old. There was no texting, no Google, Grindr, Youtube, or Amazon. Porn was mostly in magazines that you hid under your bed, and phones where wired to the wall.
Scientists still clung to the notion that men wanted more sex then women and that women wanted to be married and have children. We should be thankful that I began writing ‘The Guide’ while sitting on the warm sands of Toponga beach in Southern California. You couldn’t help but look at the women on the beach and know that scientists had it all wrong.
Many things have changed since the first edition went to press. Yet humans still have the same genitals and a lot of us still want sex to be special. Hopefully you’ll have just as much fun with this 9th edition as your parents did with the first.
I never expected this book would be used in more than 50 college sex education courses. Then students started telling me the book was the best sex-magnet ever. They would leave it out for others to see and sex would inevitably follow.
A note to consider – This book does focus on straight couples. Advice was given from the gay and lesbian parties to focus on the area that I know best. As it is almost impossible to please everyone. So this book is best suited to partners with the opposite sex.
Each of the lovers you have in life will want something different from you. Some will want you to touch between the legs, others will want you to touch their soul. This book tries to help you with both. It encourages you to explore dimensions of sexuality that people usually aren’t told about-from the emotional part of getting naked together to way a guy who takes his penis too seriously might have trouble pleasing his partner. It covers subjects like hand jobs and heart throbs, kisses below and above the waist, friendship and sex in different relationships.