Hot Sex: How to Do It

Hot Sex: How to Do It

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by Tracey Cox, Fiona Macleod
     
 

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Practical, down-to-earth, explicit and funny, Hot Sex is the must have sex and relationships book for every woman and man.

Hot Sex is an easy-to-follow guide that cuts straight to the nitty gritty to deliver candid advice and a healthy dose of humour. Packed with tips and techniques that work, Hot Sex includes everything from a blow-by-blow, step-by-step to oral sex

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Practical, down-to-earth, explicit and funny, Hot Sex is the must have sex and relationships book for every woman and man.

Hot Sex is an easy-to-follow guide that cuts straight to the nitty gritty to deliver candid advice and a healthy dose of humour. Packed with tips and techniques that work, Hot Sex includes everything from a blow-by-blow, step-by-step to oral sex, to finding and figuring out your G-spot. Whether you're a beginner or an old hand, get into Hot Sex - the only how-to that really tells you how to do it!

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Library Journal
Cox is a popular provider of sex advice in Australia. Her how-to is an enthusiastic, slangy, and comprehensive guide primarily for twenty- and thirtysomething heterosexuals. The sections on foreplay, intercourse, oral sex, contraception, and STDs are outstanding, and much of the rest of the book is direct and on target. Unfortunately, Hot Sex is marred by occasional bad editing and sloppiness, notably in a dictionary with grossly inadequate definitions. There are unpredictable shifts in point of view and some incomplete or confusing descriptions of body parts and techniques. Australianisms like STI instead of STD are not translated. A few illustrations and a short bibliography or resource list would also have helped. These shortcomings do not seriously compromise the books value for large collections, but smaller libraries can stick with Sari Lockers Mindblowing Sex in the Real World (HarperPerennial, 1995; Sex Texts Come out of the Closet, LJ 10/1/97, p. 5356.) for the same age group.Martha Cornog, Philadelphia

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781743107416
Publisher:
Bolinda Audio
Publication date:
02/28/2012
Edition description:
Unabridged
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 5.50(h) x 1.10(d)

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Masturbation: The first, most important, skip-it-and-you're-doomed step to becoming a sexpert

Human beings are funny creatures. We'll chortle over whether to swallow or not swallow and turn that disastrous attempt at a new intercourse position into dinner party fodder, but when it comes to the most innocent, basic sexual act of all, we're about as likely to 'fess up as the guy in the corner suffering silently from an attack of hemorrhoids. We might well be the most sexually uninhibited generation so far, but masturbation--particularly female masturbation--still has a dirty name.

Even my friends, used to me blurting out all sorts of bizarre sex statistics, aren't comfortable with it.

"What do you do to break the boredom of sitting behind a computer for hours on end?" a girlfriend asked me recently, during lunch with a group of friends.

"Drink coffee mostly," I answered. "Oh--and I masturbate. It's a little treat that breaks up the day and perks me up to no end."

There was a deathly silence. Knives and forks paused midair; someone choked on a mouthful of wine. "Excuse me?" my friend sputtered, redder than the beets on her plate.

"I said I take masturbation breaks," I repeated lamely. And even I started to feel a tad embarrassed.

The fact is, although everybody does it (and if they don't, they should), few admit it and no one discusses it freely. Masturbation remains one of the few sex subjects that can make the most liberated person blush. The same girl who'll cheerfully masturbate when she's between partners feels guilty if she continues when she's getting regular sex. Lots of people still viewmasturbation as something you do when "you can't get any," fearing that if they're "reduced" to masturbating, they're not sexually desirable enough to score "the real thing."

In reality, the more sexually active you are, the more likely you are to masturbate, regardless of whether you do or don't have a partner. Kinsey, the world's best known sex expert, found that women who have a history of masturbating are more likely to easily experience orgasm later in life with a partner. They also tend to have fewer sexual problems than women who don't indulge.

This is one area where men are ahead. Most women masturbate about once a week, often not doing it regularly until their late teens. Most men masturbate at least twice as often, and started doing so around twelve or thirteen years of age. Of the women who have discovered its joys, virtually all can masturbate to orgasm--95 percent of us, in fact (and some researchers put that figure even higher). On the opposite side, if you're a female who has never masturbated, statistics indicate it's quite likely you've never had an orgasm in your life. Pretty strong support for solo sex!

The truth is good girls do do it and if you never have and won't try, give up now on ever having a fulfilling sex life. Masturbation is a sure way (often the only way) to discover what turns you on sexually, and unless you know how to excite yourself, you've got zero chance of telling your partner how to. Few of us are lucky enough to start our sexual lives with a lover who's so patient and skilled he can teach us about our own body. Besides, masturbating is good for you. It releases tension, frees inhibitions, is gloriously liberating--and beats the hell out of counting sheep if you're having trouble dropping off!

Convinced but have no idea how it's done? It takes a brave person (and a few million drinks) to ask even your closest friend to tell you stroke-by-stroke how to do it. Luckily, you don't need to. In this chapter, you'll find no-nonsense, no-holds-barred, practical information on everything you ever wanted and needed to know about solo sex.


"The first time I masturbated, I was riddled with guilt. I'd heard horrible things about it: it was socially unacceptable, something you shouldn't do, it was dirty and messy. The general impression was only dirty old men do it. I now consider masturbating extremely healthy but while no one now denies doing it, no one really admits it either. My fantasies usually revolve around the person I'm with. I'll deliberately watch her face and her movements while we're making love, then replay them as I masturbate. I relive the sensations and try to copy the same technique she used on me to add reality. I love going down on her and most of my fantasies revolve around giving her oral sex. Sometimes, I'll catch myself moving my tongue as I'm masturbating, I'm so far into the fantasy."
--Tim, 32, sales representative

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Meet the Author

Tracey Cox is Australia's foremost sex and relationships writer and has a degree in psychology. A former associate editor at Australian Cosmopolitan, she writes for leading women's magazines both at home and abroad, has her own weekly radio show, and regularly appears on television as a "sexpert." She lives in New South Wales, Australia, and is currently working on her next book, Hot Relationships: How to Have One, and a novel.

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Hot Sex: How to Do It 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I use the advise on my gf a lot
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Man i love this book . Why because my gf had a bf who did nt know how to sex . Then she pick and says you are good at sex
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Horrible
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I've had this book for a couple years now;I was drawn to the book because if it's obnoxiously bright color (lol) it's an informative book that i never have at home, because it's constantly being borrowed by my guy friends for their new ladies to read...It covers everything without going over the top.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just so that everyone's clear, she wasn't wrong in writing STI.... STD is no longer the "politically correct" term, as it labels someone with a disease. The proper term is Sexually Transmitted Infection. Thanks
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this book provided some great help and inspiration for new technics and fun ideas. I would suggest the foreplay chapter of the book but everything in it is realistic. And it does speak the truth when it talks about communication!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was a christmas gift and has been read by nearly every girl on my floor at school. We read sections almost every night during study breaks, and we also read the whole book out loud cover to cover during a twenty hour road trip. It is funny and helpful!