Ted Fredricks, Centaur
The Joy of Solo Sexby Harold Litten
Now, you are going to discover - and here is my promise to you - that
The First step in getting more out of solo sex, in raising self-pleasuring to an art, is to face yourself eye to eye in the mirror and admit that you love playing with your equipment. That self-acceptance will open the door to uninhibited exploration into the full-spectrum of autoerotic riches.
Now, you are going to discover - and here is my promise to you - that this is the most honest, down-to-earth book on solo sex that you've ever read. I'll take you in hand (please forgive the pun) and lead you to experience highs which you've probably not thought possible much less enjoyed. But, as you'll learn if you don't know it already, the highest plateaus of sexual pleasure are a function not of the penis or testicles, but of the most important sex organ of all - the brain.
That isn't just a curious fact. It's foundational to all that will follow. So get it clear now: Your brain is your most important sex organ.
If your head isn't where it should be - if your attitude toward solo sex isn't 100 percent positive - you can still look forward to solitary sexual pleasure that's richer, more varied and considerably more intense than you've ever known. But the most intense experiences, the multiple orgasms, and true altered state of being, require complete emotional and psychological embracing of all aspects of your sexual self.
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This is the first and only book I've read that deals strictly with self-pleasure. Generally, books about sex will have a chapter dedicated to masturbation, but this book covers all the bases. Actually, it covers all the bases, and then some. I learned things about solo sex that I had not known before. But beyond giving the reader informative facts and statistics, the book helped me to realize that solo sex is just as much an art form as partnered sex. The book describes self-pleasure as a natural and wholesome activity that can be enjoyed privately or with your partner. This book takes the shame out of solo sex and replaces it with confidence.