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by Jamie Goddard

Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men download ebook
ISBN:
0352337249
ISBN13:
978-0352337245
Author:
Jamie Goddard
Publisher:
Ebury Publishing; UK ed. edition (November 7, 2002)
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Pages:
288 pages
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1536 kb
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1833 kb
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Sexual Health
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Rating:
4.5

Jamie Goddard is a sexuality educator, artist and activist. Good read for men to slow down and please their partners. The details provide a guide to please a woman that many need to learn in any sexual relationship.

Jamie Goddard is a sexuality educator, artist and activist. Kurt Brungardt is a performance artist and a writer who specialises in health fitness and men's issues.

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The aim of Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men is to teach men what lesbians know about pleasing women. This book is guidebook and roadmap-and very entertaining besides! (Warning: If you're offended by slang terms for sex and sexual parts, this book isn't for yo. - -Joan Price

The aim of Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men is to teach men what lesbians know about pleasing women. This is more than a primer on body parts and oral sex (though yes, there's plenty of that). - -Joan Price.

Amy Jo Goddard, Kurt Brungardt. For men, the intimate workings of the female body have long remained one of the great mysteries of the universe. What gives her the most pleasure?

Amy Jo Goddard, Kurt Brungardt. What gives her the most pleasure? Where should you be touching her, and how? Fortunately, there are some people who can offer men the empirical knowledge gained from a lifetime of pleasing women and getting pleased by them. This frank, frolicsome, and wonderfully illuminating book draws on the sexual advice and sex secrets of lesbians to help men become better lovers.

wonderfully illuminating book draws on the sexual advice and sex secrets of lesbians to help men become better lovers

This frank, frolicsome, and wonderfully illuminating book draws on the sexual advice and sex secrets of lesbians to help men become better lovers. A groundbreaking dialogue between straight men and gay women, and an erotic look inside the often hidden world of lesbian sex, Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men reveals a whole new approach to pleasure for men and the women they love. At the same time, this book proves that while sex is something we all do naturally, a little focused effort-and a few simple lessons-can open up a whole new world of enjoyment.

This frank, frolicsome, and wonderfully illuminating book draws on the sexual advice and sex secrets of lesbians to help men become better lovers.

A groundbreaking dialogue between straight men and gay women, and an erotic look inside the often hidden world of lesbian sex, Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men reveals a whole new approach to pleasure for men and the women they love. About Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men, Revised and Expanded. Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men: What Every Man Wants to Know About Making Love to a Woman and Never Asks. Plume Books, Penguin Publishing Group.

Amy Jo Goddard, author of Woman on Fire: Nine Elements to Wake up Your Erotic Energy, Personal Power and Sexual .

Hailing from Military Dad and Mom, Amy Jo Goddard is author of Woman on Fire: Nine Elements to Wake up Your Erotic Energy, Personal Power and Sexual Intelligence and co-author of the best-selling classic Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men. Amy Jo earned her Master’s degree in Human Sexuality Education at New York University and studied film at New School University

Avery Books' Roshe Anderson recommends WOMAN ON FIRE by Amy Jo Goddard "one of the most powerful .

Avery Books' Roshe Anderson recommends WOMAN ON FIRE by Amy Jo Goddard "one of the most powerful emotional toolkits I have ever encountered. Based on her sought-after sexuality workshops, the coauthor of Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men shows women how to master the nine elements of sexual empowerment. If you’ve reached midlife with regret and sadness that you never fully explored your sexuality when you were younger - whether that was due to shame, physical issues, or unsatisf.

Throwing open the bedroom doors on gay women, this guide aims to reveal the secrets of satisfying the woman you love, from the women who know. From the titillating to the taboo, from kisses to climaxes, it is filled with the voices of women speaking about what they want in a lover.
Reviews:
  • Acrobat
Good read for men to slow down and please their partners. The details provide a guide to please a woman that many need to learn in any sexual relationship.
  • Rolorel
Having suffered the effects prostate cancer treatment I had to make some major changes in my love making techniques. I only wish I had read this years ago. Our love life is so much better than before, even with out intercourse. This is packed with powerful knowledge.
  • Goodman
I bought this as a gift for my little brother for his birthday, lol. I think every young man should be given this book - for the benefit of all ladies everywhere ;)
  • Xangeo
Based on the rather Howard Stern-esque sounding title of this book I wasn't expecting too much. In fact I got it via inter-library loan as much as anything to check out the element of chastisement referred to by one reviewer below - do all woman-centered books need to do this I wondered? Anyway, before I had gotten even half way through it, I went ahead and ordered a copy from Amazon.com for my collection - it's that good. There are those who will say there are no secrets, it's all been said before, save your money, blah, blah blah. But what this book does, and very well I might add, is to promote a very respectful, partner-honoring mentality, mixed in with alot of honest upfront information on what works and what doesn't for many women. Yet it's not all strictly sexual (ie - genitally focused) so if you are looking for the magic button to get her motor running without fail you may be dissappointed. And I think it may be hard to take some of the information positively if you are not at least part way to realizing it on your own - stuff about how a prized part of your anatomy is a distant 4th on the list of your pleasure-giving assets. And I think this may well explain the rather mixed reviews the book is getting. But to be fair I don't think the chastisement, if that is what you want to call it, is particularly shrill. In every case the authors allow that "not all men believe 'X' or are like 'Y' and for some of you this may just be a review ...", so unless you really can't stomach the message, the delivery seems pretty tame and male friendly throughout (say in comparison to something like Rebecca Chalker's "Clitoral Truth").
Bottomline is this book is really quite good, much better than some of the negative reviews here indicate, and better than the cheesy title might suggest. While it is rather chatty and breezey in style it is literally dense with the sort of authentic information about women's sexuality that few men ever clearly receive. In the end what these authors promote amounts to nothing less than a radical rewrite of the model of heterosexual sexuality, one in which pleasure for the female partner isn't just faked or vicarious, and one unfortunately that has been a long time in coming (or coming back if you believe the goddess worshippers). Many other books have attempted to boil it all down to a few handy tricks, yet maybe that boiling down is exactly the problem. If there is a key message here it is this, "Hey guys, never forget that there is a woman attached to those genitals!" And if you can manage that (and still feel like having sex with her), then you are well on your way to a good thing. This book, as Jack Nicholson's character in "As Good As It Gets" says, makes me want to be a better man. And maybe that is the single best thing you can bring to a relationship - the genuine desire to connect and make your partner happy, whether it be with a relaxing massage or a wild night of swinging-from-the-chandelier passion. I heartily recommend this book to any man open to rethinking the cultural scripts around heterosexual love-play. Doing what it takes to truly let her feel like a woman, shouldn't make you any less of a man, even though alot of our cultural baggage seems to say just that.
  • Yahm
Down and dirty: I might buy this book again if a buddy swiped it. But I would take my time in doing so. There are better book out there; How to Give Her Absolute Pleasure by Lou Paget, and Guide To Getting it On by Joannides are two books I recommend first. While it started off a friendly read like having a talk with a female friend or cool Aunt, it ended chastising the male reader. I do not take chastisement well especially if it is unfounded. Chapters 1-8 are worth reading. For the rest of you that want to know what is inside a book. The book has ten chapters and is 262 pages long, 273 counting (Chapter Ten) Resources. The Chapters can have a lot of variety within the chapter.
First off you get no introduction to speak of just that a "queer woman" and a "heterosexual man" wrote this book. Chapter One: Basically explains what a lesbian is and how they can help men make love to women. Chapter Two: Communication, Connecting and Trust. Chapter Three: A written tour of her genitalia (Think about having your partner read this out loud while your fingers go on a walking tour), "Goin' with Her Flow" explains itself, and orgasms: breathing, voice, ejaculation, workouts for better, the journey. Chapter Four: Foreplay or Sex a matter of semantics, how to kiss, breast etiquette, "Masturbation: Not So-lo!" self-explanatory. Chapter Five: Basics on how to massage, using your hands/digits to please her, and how to use your tongue. Chapter Six: Entry, penetration, different strokes, positions, and anal intercourse. Chapter Seven: Sex toys of all types, "Hand Love" aka Fisting, introduction to S/M & B/D. Chapter Eight: "Roadblocks" Subchapter: "Detours" Some ways to overcome problems. Chapter Nine: See below. Chapter Ten: Resources
Reading this book cover to cover took me some time. How to put it, the book starts off like an aunt that is more of a buddy to you than your aunt, she is giving you tips that few guys get, unless they have read other sexual educational material, no not the ones with pictorials. While the book started off like an older female friend/relative talking to you it kind of took on that flavor of a lecture to me, maybe one held across the table at a dinner or coffee shop. It has good information that I will read over even tough I will most likely never read the book cover to cover again. Through out the book there are remarks akin to "You may be surprised at how much pleasure you get out of sexual experience that does not involve your dick." Page 213. Chapter Nine starts male chastisement/bashing with several pages dedicated to what women do not like about guys. Ok, just a rap up right? No "How's It Hanging, Boys?" has "This section is dedicated to the one you love: your penis" What??? Basically boils down to Your dick ain't shit. "~we're going to put the mighty phallus in its proper place in the pecking order.". So, If I asked you what is your most important foreplay tools were what would you say? Ok, Would it be the same as if I asked you what you thought your most important sex tool was? Probably not, but remember Chapter four? It is a matter of semantics. Chapter Nine pretty much continues through with a "Be proud of you penis and your sexuality." Page 257. It criticizes us then says be proud but it could not be left there, nope it has to criticize us a bit more first. I do not understand why they chastise at the end of a book guys got to help them understand better how to please their female partner. It seams that this chapter may have been meant, at one time, to be first chapter and that someone was afraid to put in the front of the book so slid it to the back.
It goes on to say, basically saying that the reason Michael Jordan is such a great athlete is because he is in touch with his feminine side. Hmm... IMHO It was because he was hungry, worked his butt off, knew himself, his abilities and did not stop pushing his limits.
  • Madis
This book helps men to love the entire woman
  • Walan
Do the women in your life a favor and read this book. Nothing has helped my sex life more. Well written with tons of hints and tips. More guys need to read this book.
This book has a lot of good advice on how to satisfy a woman's sexual needs. I want to learn as much as I possibly can to satisfy my woman