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Bluffer's Guide to Sex: Bluff Your Way in Sex
     

Bluffer's Guide to Sex: Bluff Your Way in Sex

by Sarah Brewer, Tim Webb
 

A mutually tolerable sex life is hard to define. There is a case on record of a man being granted a divorce after his wife consistently refused his "reasonable" demand for fortnightly fun. At the opposite extreme one woman was granted freedom from the "unreasonable" behavior of a husband who demanded sex after every meal.
Bluffer's Guides is a series of snappy

Overview

A mutually tolerable sex life is hard to define. There is a case on record of a man being granted a divorce after his wife consistently refused his "reasonable" demand for fortnightly fun. At the opposite extreme one woman was granted freedom from the "unreasonable" behavior of a husband who demanded sex after every meal.
Bluffer's Guides is a series of snappy little books containing facts, jargon, and all you need to know for instant expertise.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781902825618
Publisher:
Can of Worms Enterprises LTD
Publication date:
09/28/1999
Series:
Bluffer's Guides
Pages:
64
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.25(h) x (d)

Read an Excerpt

Genitalia A cursory look at the design and anatomical positioning of the male and female sexual organs shows that when God designed homo sapiens, aestheticism and ease of access were not high on the job description.

Sperm wars To get past the cervix, climb up the uterine wall and find a Fallopian tube a sperm must be armed with the physiological equivalent of an oxyacetylene torch, a set of Alpine crampons, several large-scale Ordnance Survey maps and a gold American Express card. Once there, the chances of meeting a willing egg coming in the opposite direction, in the dark, are only around one percent.

Kissing Attitudes to sexual practices vary widely from culture to culture. Even something as innocuous as the kiss is not universally popular. The Inuit rub noses for fear of chapped lips, the Kwakiutl Indians suck each other's tongues and the Sirionos of South America appear to lack any intermediate show of affection between wishing each other 'Good evening' and the commencement of rutting.

Meet the Author

Sarah Brewer was born in Somerset in 1958 but moved to Cornwall for life-training. She became so adept that in 1977 she gained a place at Selwyn College, Cambridge to study Marine Biology but eventually qualified in Medicine, which she claims is what happens when you stand in the wrong queue at feeding time.

She now practises family doctoring in London and to date has doctored over 50 of them. She hopes to reach an even 100 before they catch her at it.

When not thinking about sex, she writes books on health, practises the art of hypochondria and, with the full permission of her liver function tests, hopes to be elevated to Master of Wine. She did not invent Brewer¹s Droop though she has known several people who might have.

Tim Webb was born in 1955 and spent most of his formative years in Birmingham, sin city of the industrial Midlands. To say that he attended Medical School there is stretching the truth somewhat but they were eventually kind enough to give him a degree on condition that he went somewhere else.

He is now a psychiatrist ministering to troubled minds in Plymouth. He has no interest whatever in treating sexual problems as he finds them all terribly embarrassing.

His greatest disappointment was puberty, which took away all his desire to open the batting for Warwickshire and replaced it with a nagging awareness that half the world is women. His main interests are self-preservation, Bathams bitter and the quest for a zipless anorak.

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