Sex Toy Tales

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You're never too old to play with toys -- and so demonstrate the women and men whose true-life sex toy tales and outrageous fiction fill the pages of this engaging erotic anthology.
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Overview

You're never too old to play with toys -- and so demonstrate the women and men whose true-life sex toy tales and outrageous fiction fill the pages of this engaging erotic anthology.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780940208216
  • Publisher: Down There Press
  • Publication date: 5/28/1998
  • Pages: 201
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Anne Semans lives in San Francisco with her 5-year-old daughter. She has co-authored several books with Cathy Winks, including The Mother's Guide to Sex (Random, 2001); The Woman's Guide to Sex on the Web (Harper San Francisco, 1999); and The New Good Vibrations Guide to Sex (Cleis,1997).

Her interest in accurate sex education was sparked by the nun who taught eighth-grade religion class and counseled her students to "think of a hamburger when you find your thoughts straying to the impure -- it will distract you." Suspecting that God really didn't intend for us to choose between two things as wonderful as sex and food, she made a point of learning as much about sex as she could. She's spent the last 15 years educating herself and others about the wonders of sex, primarily through writing and working with two women's sex toy stores, Libida.com and Good Vibrations.

Semans believes that all people, including children, deserve information about their sexuality in order to lead more fulfilling lives, which is what inspired her newest book, The Mother's Guide to Sex.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2001

    Laughter and embarrassment

    I was at a local bookstore on my last trip home and found this book on the shelf. The title intriqued me as I'm a lesbian and owned some 'toys' myself. I grabbed a big comfy chair and sat down with the book. I laughed, I cried out loud and sat red faced over some of the stories fore the hit to close to home. If you looking for a lighthearted look at something most of us share but hate to admit, this is for you. Trust me, you need to buy this book and read it in bed with your lover. Whether your heterosexual, homosexual or omnisexual *smirk* you'll get a huge kick out of this book. I guarantee it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2000

    excellent

    i would like buy this book ,kindly let me know whats the shipment for this and how many days you it will take to reach india.also i would like to buy some sex toys from the shop GOOD VIBRATIONS own by ANNE SEAMANS in NEW YORK kindly let me know the address of the shop and the e-mail address the ANNE SEMANS.

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