The Sexy Bitch's Book of Doing It, Getting It, and Giving It

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"Sexy bitches" aren’t about looks, they’re about attitude. And attitude is what this book is all about. Author Flic Everett offers up a snappy, smart, and sassy approach to sex in the 21st century. As fun to read as it is to put into practice, this book doesn't waste time with the same old sex advice about feeling comfortable with your body and communicating with your boyfriend. Bor-ing! Dishing the dirty truth on everything from foreplay and oral sex to sex toys and fantasy games, The Sexy Bitch’s Book of Doing...
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Overview


"Sexy bitches" aren’t about looks, they’re about attitude. And attitude is what this book is all about. Author Flic Everett offers up a snappy, smart, and sassy approach to sex in the 21st century. As fun to read as it is to put into practice, this book doesn't waste time with the same old sex advice about feeling comfortable with your body and communicating with your boyfriend. Bor-ing! Dishing the dirty truth on everything from foreplay and oral sex to sex toys and fantasy games, The Sexy Bitch’s Book of Doing It, Getting It, and Giving It is about being creative, spontaneous, and skillful in your sex life. The author helps aspiring sexy bitches overcome inhibitions and reservations with real-world tactics ("If you can't say it out loud, text message his cell phone as he drives home from work"). Those ready for the next level are guided into the realm of adventurous sex with knowledgeable advice on how to get what they want.
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A consultant for the British TV hit Sex Tips for Girls, the London-based Everett offers a blunt, sassy guide full of (what else?) sex tips. The title characterization may be apt for the effects of her person, but in her manner, Everett is supportive and down to earth: "Having sex in water is largely overrated--it just ends up with everyone suffering from stinging eyes, and all the natural lubrication is washed away in a torrent of apricot gel." Chapters cover Foreplay; Positions; Orgasm; Sex Toys; Adventurous Sex and three other realms, all road tested by "real couples." A lot of the book is geared toward working people who normally "stagger to bed so tired you're lucky if you can pick up a book, let alone each other's genitals." Many readers will recognize themselves in that description and respond to Everett's been-there, done-that straight talk. (Jan.) Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781569753910
  • Publisher: Ulysses Press
  • Publication date: 2/15/2004
  • Pages: 170
  • Sales rank: 935,723
  • Product dimensions: 5.12 (w) x 6.52 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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