Growing numbers of men and their partners are enhancing their sex lives with prostate play. Just as G-spot exploration forever transformed millions of women’s experiences of orgasm, The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure offers men erotic pleasure beyond what they imagined possible. This light-hearted, accessible guide has all the information you need to find and stimulate the prostate (sometimes called the p-spot or the male g-spot), including how to have easy anal penetration, techniques for prostate massage, tips for sex toys, anal sex, strap-on play and pegging, and a break-down of the possible health benefits of milking the prostate. This book supports all men who want to explore this powerful source of sexual fulfillment - both curious and seasoned adventurers who are ready to put their ass on the line for erotic enjoyment.
©2013 Charlie Glickman and Aislinn Emirzian (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
I'm Audible's first Editor-at-Large, the host of In Bed with Susie Bright -- and a longtime author, editor, journo, and bookworm. I listen to audio when I'm cooking, playing cards, knitting, going to bed, waking up, driving, and putting other people's kids to bed! My favorite audiobooks, ever, are: "True Grit" and "The Dog of the South."
Like the title says, this is the ULTIMATE guide to your prostate. You've got one; learn how to use it.
No matter your level of experience, there is something in this book for any curious person who wants to know more about their body. Technique, toys, positions, trust and communication are all covered. Glickman and Emirzian’s writing is personable and good humored.
Mark Bachman has a voice you can trust and handles the material beautifully.
Hugo Shwyzer at "Jezebel" recently wrote a review exploring the part of this book that claims anal play will make men better, more empathetic lovers, and could ultimately lead to world peace.
I don't know if it can do all that, but I suppose personal satisfaction is a worthy enough goal.
I spend 90+ minutes a day in my car, Audible makes it enjoyable regardless of what's happening in traffic. My taste varies from endurance fitness to economics and from to combat stories and romance novels.
While I really did enjoy the book and gained a lot of useful information, there were a lot of times when it was difficult to tell when the reader was transitioning from explaining something to citing examples and quoting from survey respondents. This gave it a bit of a jumbled feel while listening. I'm not sure whether to blame the reader or the authors for the way the book was formatted, but I was left thinking that I might have gotten more out of the print version.
In any case, the book was highly informative, written at a very readable level and I found it a very quick read that wasn't overly technical. The author avoided jargon, but didn't talk down to readers.
The book was too long. there was good information but some of it was overdone. Techniques were explained over and over again. I had to keep checking to see if chapters were repeating.
Reader was engaging,
Useful information. Liked the info on how to approach your partner for what could be a touchy subject.
Perhaps an abridged version would be better for those that are curious and not fully committed.
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