Real-life couple and practicing sex therapists come up with a plan to put readers' tired old sex lives on the well-lubed track to paradise.
Wilson and Zdrok Wilson, a former Playboy Playmate, Penthouse sex columnist and host of the weekly Sirius show "The Sex Connection," offer a 30-day solution to remedy bedroom woes. While the authors acknowledge that most folks don't have enough time or room in the budget to shop for role-playing gear and sex toys, their aim is to provide easily implemented suggestions to result in more heat between the sheets. They encourage readers to begin by signing the "Contract of Enhancement of Erotic Union," proving their commitment to one another. They also suggest the likely uncomfortable task of informing friends and relatives of the month-long project they're about to undertake, as a means of explaining why they'll be harder to reach than usual for the next month. When the authors get around to outlining their program, there's not much revolutionary material here: Post-coital cuddling is strongly encouraged, and readers are gently reminded, "Making out doesn't have to lead to sex." One of their more provocative suggestions: If readers find their libido heightened during a long car ride, the automobile's hood is the perfect height to execute "The Stallion" position. Most memorable, unfortunately, might be the authors' description of "armpit sex," a bit of frottage suggested as an ideal way to break up the repetitiveness of oral sex: "By clasping her arms to her sides, a woman can create a moderately tight space in her armpits through which a man can thrust his erection." Readers might well be cautioned to save that for day 31.
A roundabout way of saying: Pay more attention to each other, lose the inhibitions and get it on already.