How do sex toys make sex more enjoyable and promote sexual health? Human sexuality specialist Dr. Brenda Dressler answers this question in a frank discussion of the role of pleasure toys in the lives of baby boomers, singles and couples.
Dr. Brenda shows you how to choose safe sex toys to enhance your sexual experiences and health. This easy-to-read, comprehensive guide helps you navigate the adult sex toy marketplace - selling thousands of products in a largely unregulated industry.
If you're a newcomer to sex toys or a practiced user, you'll find valuable information to improve your sexual health in this illustrated guide. You'll learn how to select the safest toys manufactured with tested materials; how to use the toys for maximum pleasure; how to care for your toys; where to buy them, and much more.
Dr. Brenda conducted extensive research for this book, reviewing the companies that manufacture sex toys, the materials they use, safety issues, products regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and unregulated products and materials to avoid. All of this valuable information is condensed in this one volume.
Baby boomers, singles and couples will find Sex Toys: Putting the BOOM back in boomers is the one book you need to help you choose the products that are right for you. Use it as a handy source of factual information on:
· Sexual health and sexual dysfunction
· Personal relationships
· Myths and facts about sex toys
· Pleasure toys and prices: vibrators, dildos, anal toys, and blow-up dolls
· Safe and unsafe materials
· Cleaning and storing sex toys
· Personal lubricants
· Purchasing sex toys
· The sex toy industry
With Dr. Brenda's Sex Toys: Putting the BOOM back in boomers by your side, you can start enjoying the physical and psychological benefits from enhanced stimulation that safe sex toys can provide.
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About the Author
Brenda Dressler, PhD, a Human Sexuality and HIV/AIDs Prevention Educator, is a visiting professor and consultant at Touro College in New York City. She is the author of seven HIV/AIDS prevention education curricula, which are used in schools in forty-eight states. Dr. Dressler was awarded ten research grants and crafted numerous research articles. She conducted workshops on child sexual abuse prevention at the Hebrew University in Israel and on HIV/AIDS prevention education at Kampala University and Treatment Centers in Uganda. She is listed in Who's Who and received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement award in 2019 for outstanding contributions to her profession. At New York University, Dr. Dressler studied human sexuality and earned a doctorate in Health Education in 1986. In 1987, she was certified by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) and currently maintains membership in this organization. In 1989, Dr. Dressler was certified by the American Board of Sexology and also became a certified health education specialist (CHES). For the past 50 years, Dr. Dressler has taught sexuality education to students in middle school, high school, college, and universities in New York. As Comprehensive Health Coordinator of Queens, she trained New York City public school administrators and faculty how to teach sex education. She also taught them how to identify and report suspected child abuse, and educated them about child sexual abuse prevention, sexuality and disability, and HIV/AIDS prevention, including the Condom Availability Program. Queens high schools HIV/ AIDS prevention education teams affectionately called her "The Condom Queen of Queens." Web page. www.brendadressler.com