Brazen, uproarious, slyly prescriptive, and always entertaining, Ali Adler is a sex and relationship guru who knows what women want. As a lesbian, she has both the equipment and the experience to give straight men (and the women who love them) advice about how to get more sex and do it well.
In her day job as a comedy writer and TV producer, Ali is sometimes the only woman in a room full of fellow potty-mouthed comedy writers; in these bastions of bad sex jokes she became legendary for offering frank reality checks, and for translating female sexuality into words a man could understand. In her book How to F*ck a Woman - which turns out to be about 20 percent explicit instruction, 80 percent relationship advice, and 100 percent hilarious - she brings together essential advice for men (even the ones who insist they could write this book) and the women who want their lovers to truly understand them, both mind and body.
Me: married male, two kids, beautiful wife, strong career. I bought the book to get tips on doing it better. There were a couple, so mission success... once I apply them.
The author seemed to have experience exclusively with men who are severely introverted, emotionally bereft, or John Stamos. Seriously, do most other men really give absolute zero damn?!
Her understanding of the meaning of male masturbation was spot on, her description of Adam coring the apple was hilarious. Her warning to women to stop over-analyzing and stop being annoying buzzing flies combined with advice to men to "at least pretended to give a shit if you want to get laid" told me whose side she's on.
The narrator, if she were going for "you men are selfish, clueless, emotionless dipshits", nailed it.
Pending learned tidbit application success or failure, I'd recommend the book. Men who give a shit beyond sex, try not to get offended.
Wow I can't believe how disappointed I was and how much of my time I invested in hoping that the book would finally get better at some point. This is not a book for women- I repeat- this is not a book for women! it's basically a book to bore your man to death and make him want to fuck you even less than he already does. Save your money and your time.
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