Grandma's Sex Handbookby Anne Wright
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Grandma’s Sex Handbook provides comprehensive, explicit sexual advice to couples both married and engaged. It focuses specifically on sex and not marriage in general, and although it is by Christians and primarily for Christians, it is not a book about faith. Sex is only one of many factors in making a strong marriage, but it's a very important one.
Grandma's book is based on explicit sexual advice that’s been passed down from grandmother to granddaughter (and granddaughter-in-law) for at least eight generations, usually 2 weeks before marriage, and it's built around 2 principles: It’s okay for a wife to enjoy sex, and a wife should keep her husband satisfied sexually. Are you surprised that many Christian women have trouble enjoying sex due to doubts about what’s okay in bed and what’s not? Most wives want to satisfy their husbands, but you can’t do your best at that if you don’t enjoy sex. Why? It’s the difference between willing and wanting.
You may be willing to have sex any time your husband asks for it, but that alone puts too much pressure on him – if he always has to initiate sex, it can lead him to feel like he’s imposing, which in turn, leads him to be reluctant to ask. Always or usually getting sex when he asks for it may relieve his physical hunger, but having a wife who wants to have sex with him will satisfy your husband’s emotional needs like nothing else can. You need to enjoy sex, for your husband’s sake as well as your own!
So most of Grandma’s sex advice is focused on why and how to be a vixen in the bedroom and help married couples enjoy sex as God intended. It includes a glossary and index, and personal stories enhance many of the topics, with a feature explanation of the difference between sexual fantasy and lust. Once you clearly understand that difference, you’ll also be able to enjoy the last chapter, Grandma’s Sex Fantasy Cookbook, which is a collection of hundreds of Grandma’s favorite sex fantasy recipes.
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Meet the Author
I’m Grandma Anne. That’s a pseudonym I go by in this book. I am a grandmother, but just barely. The foundation of this book is based on the sex advice I got from my Grandmother “Flora”, who is still alive at the age of 102! It’s been our tradition to pass down sex advice from grandmother to granddaughter (or granddaughter-in-law) for at least eight generations. My Grandma got it from her Grandma, and she thinks it began well before that, but she’s not sure just how far back it goes.
I didn’t know anything about this tradition until I got engaged to be married and became a recipient of “the advice”. And I never thought about having to pass it on until I had my first child and my Mom pointed out that it would be her responsibility to pass on the family sex advice to my newborn daughter when she got engaged. I would have to wait until I had grandchildren who got engaged before I could pass it on.
That got me started thinking about the responsibility I’d have someday. And I didn’t like it. Actually, I was terrified. It was one thing to listen to my Grandma and repeat “Uh-huh” a million times, but it was quite another to think I would someday open my mouth and talk, out-loud, about sex. To another person. To my own granddaughter! Then I got cancer, and I was afraid I wouldn't live long enough to pass it on, and that led to the idea of writing it down while I was still able.
When I started to write this, I had no idea what I was getting into. Due to my poor health, my book became an extended-family project, and it turned into far more than I could have accomplished on my own. It covers more topics than I could have imagined, and overall, it's way more explicit than I'm comfortable with, yet each page seems appropriate somehow. If I had known at the beginning what it would be like at the end, there's no way I would have had the courage to start it, but perhaps that was one way God worked in bringing this book into being. At least, my family and I think so.
May God bless you as you read Grandma's Sex Handbook, and may he use it to help you become comfortable with sex, and enjoy this wondrous adventure of physically sharing bodies and imaginations with your loving spouse.
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Good detail and interesting point of view... Did not disappoint..
Good stuff but this book is incomplete. I purchased it and still only got the sample.