Most of the things on this list are incredibly vanilla. Some of them are downright unsafe. (Road head should only be attempted when the vehicle is PARKED, and food should never be used below the waist--that way lies yeast infections and badness.) Some of them imply ignoring consent, which is a crime. ("Surprises" in this context are actually sexual assault.) A few are downright offensive. As a queer woman, I'm pretty tired of straight people pretending being with someone of the same sex is kinky in and of itself.
Denise Brienne does it again with this page turning sex guide; leaving you haunted, and wanting to know more about just how kinky sex can get. Denise relates the material to ice cream flavours that we all love and adore, making the subject matter easy to digest (pun intended). The book begins at the lightest of kink for those who may be new to the idea of lighting up the fire under their love-making beds. Just as quickly as the intimacy gets turned up, so does the intensity of the subject matter, moving swiftly onto the next ice cream flavour. Before you know it, Denise takes you exactly where you never thought you'd ever go; or who knows, maybe you have some similar experiences to share. Regardless of your stance on all things kinky, there is something for all levels of interest in this power packed pamphlet on the art of kinky sex.