How To Have Sex: Informative And Sensual Ways To Master The Art Of Having Sex

How To Have Sex: Informative And Sensual Ways To Master The Art Of Having Sex

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by Stephen Williams

Sex is not just about penetration and having orgasm. It is not always something of the satisfaction of a physical urge. You can learn from this book the deeper meaning of sex and how to experience with great joy and satisfaction for you and your partner as well. Get this book now and feel the pleasure of having a satisfying sexual experience.


Sex is not just about penetration and having orgasm. It is not always something of the satisfaction of a physical urge. You can learn from this book the deeper meaning of sex and how to experience with great joy and satisfaction for you and your partner as well. Get this book now and feel the pleasure of having a satisfying sexual experience.

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Stephen Williams
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Naughty Collection , #18
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How To Have Sex: Informative And Sensual Ways To Master The Art Of Having Sex 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Jwoods1 More than 1 year ago
A Great Book for Couples! ‘How to Have Sex’ is a book that pretty much does what it says on the package; it teaches you how to have great, fulfilling sex.  It is a guide to becoming a sexual guru that anyone would appreciate, if they like sex, and who doesn’t like sex? I like the tips and tricks discussed in the book.  It was exactly what I was looking for to add a little extra passion to the bedroom and my marriage.  In fact, just reading the book made me hot!  I showed it to my husband, and he agreed that he liked it too.  Also, neither of us had heard of a couple of the tips before, so it wasn’t the same old information rehashed under a new name.  It was also easy to read and quick to get through, but easy enough to refer back to when I want. I think the best advice in the book is the information regarding what the end result of sex is supposed to be.  I agree it should not just be about getting in and getting done, but it should be an opportunity to enjoy your partner’s and your own body and learn about giving and getting pleasure.  Our bodies work hard for us every day; we should thank them with some great sex!  Plus it helped me appreciate sex more and be less self-conscious about it.  I have a hard time separating sex from the idea of something dirty or naughty, when in fact, it is completely natural, normal, and beautiful.  It is also vital to the success of any marriage, and I think it has helped my marriage grow stronger.  It’s nice to see a book that both men and women can enjoy and benefit from! One thing that bothered me is the language the author uses.  It was nothing inappropriate or offensive, but rather the way he phrases some things that made me go ‘huh?’  I guess it is just the way he communicates and it didn’t detract from the book, but it was a little annoying to me personally. It would have been nice to have illustrations but I understand that’s not always possible in these kinds of books.  It could make them too graphic and be a put off for some people.  Still, the tips were explained really well so I could visualize them well enough to act them out with my husband, and we enjoyed figuring them out together.  It was a fun way to bring us closer together and rekindle some of the spark that has fizzled out after 15 years of marriage.  I think that this is a great book for couples to read together and enjoy putting into practice. 
Lucky120 More than 1 year ago
This is a very interesting book by Stephen Williams. I have to say that this is a nice book if you want to learn a few new tips and tricks. Sex is one force in our lives that we use and many people love dearly and it determines so many things from existence to relationships. Williams is a great writer and he has a lot of things that you can read in this book. This book is basically intended to provide some information about sex and I am certain how to master it. If you have a higher level of certain sex aspect then you should know that it is satisfaction for you and your partner. Some want more to talk about when it comes to having sex and satisfying their partner, so this book is supposed to give you more information on how to have sex and become a master at it. This is a great book to read if you want some ideas and some information about sex and what else you can do to lighten up the bedroom experience. There are a lot of things that you can learn from this book and this author when it comes to different books and topics. Williams is a great author and his books are very easy to read. If you are looking for something to read and you want some more information on sex or other topics then look through Stephen Williams’s books and see what you can find, because he really is a great author.
Anna_Parchment More than 1 year ago
Of course, do I really have to say it? Stephen Williams strikes again. I don’t know how he knows so much about making love, sex or women but he does know a lot. The book starts out pretty simply, with information, hints, tips, recommendations that we all can use in the bedroom. We all can admit, whether we like to or not, that sex, if monotonous, will only get boring and tedious. Everything needs spice. As my mother would say, “too much of one thing is good for nothing”. I hope you understand what that means. Simply, sex always needs innovation. There is no greater way to get close to someone…it’s the closest you will physically be able to get. The book is good because it will show you, probably, just how…boring, you might have been getting in the bedroom. Williams has some helpful and healthy things in there. The only thing that I did not like much, was the length of this book. I wish it were longer, probably because I wanted to soak up as much information as I could get till I was overfull. Nevertheless, what he wrote I have begun to try….needless to say, my boyfriend thinks I’m a goddess.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sample is stupid all it says is one page do not waste space!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is sooooooooo inapropret ifbyou aregoing to read it you must skip over page number 13 it explans how the boy sticks his pines in to the girl and it shows riley inapropwpet pics. and tels you the gross sounds. Oh and it tells how a girl has here . Not very nice for boys to snup in girls privet things if you are marryed it is alot difrent SO DO NOT BYE IT OR EVEN GET THE SAMPLE thanks juat pleas pleas lisen to me
grannyoh More than 1 year ago
I don't really know why I ordered this book. My advice is don't waste your money or the space on your NOOK for this. There was no real information and it was not very well written. I suppose I was intrigued with the picture but the book was not worth reading.
RLeigh More than 1 year ago
Soaring to new levels of sensuality Is there anybody in this world who doesn’t want to have better sex??  Well, if those people do exist and you are one of them – then this book most definitely isn’t for you.  As for people who want to create a steamier love life, boost an already steamy love life to a new level, have an exciting new journey, learn more about their partner or simply want to have some exciting new adventures – then this book is most definitely for you.  Many sexual topics are delved into – such as foreplay and orgasm control and many ideas are played forward into our minds.   I don’t think that Stephen Williams is trying to reinvent the wheel here and I do feel, as with many of his books, that he could go into a bit more detail and elaboration in each section and give the book a bit more ‘meat’.  However, I do appreciate how he challenges people to take new views and perspectives and recreate the every day into something special and new.  I also like that he emphasizes communication.  While we are becoming a more sexually aware and sexually open nation, I find that people are still quite shy to discuss their sexual wants and needs and this can often cause major intimacy issues that simply aren’t necessary. I think the enduring message of this book and similar-themed books by Williams, is that as long as we are alive, we will always be learning new ways to do everything.  I think for something as pleasurable as sex, there will definitely be extra effort put into finding new ways to reach different heights of sensual bliss and I imagine that there will never cease to be a shortage of ideas.   Thank you for sharing your imagination with us Stephen Williams!
RussellG More than 1 year ago
Stephen Williams sure loves his peeks. I admit, that was a corny double entendre. But I figure, if Williams can write numerous self-help books about sex, love, health and relationships, then I can let loose with a zinger or two that exemplifies his fun-loving, at times juvenile approach to composing a book. Mind you, I truly enjoy being around people with a sense of fun. Being able to show humor, having the ability to laugh at yourself, maintaining a positive demeanor, and seeking to do the right thing on a daily basis are all positive examples for living well. It is in this spirit that Williams has written "How To Have Sex: Be Informed to Master the Art!" Now, unless you have sailed through your adolescence blissfully unaware of others around you, along with no access to multimedia outlets, e.g. DVDs; cinemas; iPhones; etc., and incredible willpower for avoiding all sexual thoughts no matter how remote or vague, it's fairly safe to bet that you've had some experience with sex---either solo; with a partner; menage a trois; and so forth. Humanity is hard-wired to be sexual. Life couldn't continue without its existence. But it's more than just a penis and a vagina---it's feelings, words; commonalities with others; likes and dislikes; social adaptability; emotional maturity. Believe it or not, there are those who are celibate but may have experienced sexual pleasure in the past, and there are some people who have never had intercourse and simply are waiting for the right person with whom to share their lives, before giving themselves over to that particular individual. And then, of course, there are the Shakers, who seem to think sexual pleasure is profane and nasty and are just about extinct anyway (but they sure make beautiful wood furniture!). One thing is consistent with Williams---he is relentless in making his readers feel good. This has never been one of his shortcomings, either within "Sex" or any of his other works. It's obvious, just from gauging the topics upon which he expounds, that he has a lot to say and impart upon those of us who read his writings. And for the most part, he's good at what he does. Even if his subject matter becomes tepid in certain passages, he generally means well and usually strives to find the appropriate words to communicate his message so as to remain fresh and updated, even if his sentence structure is faulty from time to time. "Sex" asserts that the reader can be a "love guru," and I couldn't help but chuckle---aside from Drs. Ruth Westheimer and Judy Kuriansky (both of whom are respected sexologists/therapists in their own right), what makes anyone a said guru? Do they have to study for a test? Do they need a working knowledge of how men and women copulate? Will Ron Jeremy or Jenna Jameson be guest lecturers? And what about dental dams and condoms? While I understand that "Sex" is referring to intimacy and lovemaking, I would suggest that the best sex starts in the gray matter within our skulls. I don't profess to be a "sexpert," but I would argue that being able to express emotions clearly and articulately, along with what each other wants in the relationship, is the real catalyst for the urge to merge. In the numerous tomes he has written about helping others help themselves improve their relationships, Williams has shown his predilection for being nuanced---hence terms such as "make out,&q
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
K its stupid but maybe its probably better not to see them
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nook sex is stupid what is the point u never see the person
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didn't buy it but i need tips write some down for me!