Violet Blue delivers details, encouragement, and every tip and trick for better oral sex while dispelling common myths and misunderstandings. In a straightforward and friendly tone, she explains how to make giving head enjoyable for both giver and receiver, how to keep your lipstick perfect, how to deep throat passionately and comfortably, and more.
Additional information on positions, lubrication, shaving, anal play, fantasies, and sex toys make this the most well-rounded book on the subject of fellatio. This updated edition includes a foreword by Mary Roach, short erotic stories by Alison Tyler, and a new resource guide of relevant books, DVDs, and websites.
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I'm a grad student with very little time to edit reviews because I'm editing research papers. Forgive the typos. They're made with love.
I'm not sure how I came across this book and it's not the type I usually buy but as a grad student I do like to study topics I'm interested in and well, why not learn all you can about how to give a guy a good time?
This book is very descriptive and sorta medical - the reader is somewhat robotic and technical so it's not the type of book you can get into. Also, if you're fairly good at the topic at hand and just want some tips you may want to skip the first few chapters.
The little stories seemed more like examples of the topic to put them in context - and hey, you can always learn better if you study. We listeners unfortunately don't have the pictures that come with the book so you just gotta know whats going on to understand.
I do like how this book addresses some things like if a person is squeamish about doing it or has an issue there are helpful tips. Or if the receiver isn't having a very good time there's ways to help them through it mentally and/or physically. The STD section was a bit extensive for me and I skipped through some of it but it's probably good for the more promiscuous reader. Overall I'm not sure if it's worth a credit - if you're good to go and feel confident in this department then probably not but if you wanna work on your technique then try it out.
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