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Men in Bed: Everything a Woman Needs to Know about the Good, the Bad, and the Kinky
     

Men in Bed: Everything a Woman Needs to Know about the Good, the Bad, and the Kinky

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by Barbara Keesling
 

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The bestselling author of The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Girl Sex presents the ultimate troubleshooting guide

Today's woman will have on average far more partners and sexual experiences than her mother's generation. However, she is just as likely to become confused, insecure, and surprised by what takes place in her bedroom. She'll quickly discover

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Men in Bed: Everything a Woman Needs to Know about the Good, the Bad, and the Kinky 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome author. Great book. I encourage every woman to read this book if, she have a desire to learn more about "the man in her bed". The author gives real life examples and her own personal experiences with men. This is a great read. This book answered a great deal of my questions. This is one of those books that you will go back to, time after time.
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Men in Bed is a good lay introduction to what can be affecting a man's sexuality. A self-professed sex enthusiast, Barbara Keesling turned hobby into career after reading an epiphany-inducing article about a local sex clinic employing sexual surrogate partners. She goes on to earn a PhD in health psychology and write books like The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Girl Sex and All Night Long. Here she draws equally from her academic background and extensive personal experience in describing the types of sexual difficulties heterosexual women might encounter in their invited bed partners such as premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, low desire, compulsive sexual behavior, and effects of age, medication, drugs and alcohol on sex. Her target audience is not the young sexually uninitiated woman, but rather someone who might perplexed by a never-previously-encountered issue. She achieves a cheerful older-experienced-sister tone, relaying accurate psychological/medical information and parlaying personal anecdotes. There's not too much very explicit, step-by-step instruction, more a general outline of how to approach the given issue. Although the book might benefit from some diagrams -- especially when she goes over anatomy -- it still stands as a non-judgmental, more reality-based than Cosmo primer on sexual issues women might encounter with their men in bed.