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Product Details

  • Paperback: 376 pages
  • Publisher: Amorata Press (July 28, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1569757194
  • ISBN-13: 978-1569757192
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.5 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,702 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Lisa Sweet: Lisa Sweet is the author of numerous sexual instruction books, including the top selling 365 Sex Positions, and has had her writing published in newspapers and magazines in the United States, United Kingdom, France and Australia.

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187 of 201 people found the following review helpful By duskers on February 24, 2010
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I've read the other reviews on this book and I suppose if I dig I can some merit in your statements. Candidly however, I know why I bought this book and it wasn't to look at pretty photos of other couples gettin' it on. I bought it so that my gf and I could further spice up our sex life. Please understand I am by no means bagging on the couples, or the photographer as the photos were done tastefully. My complaint: there was nothing new or creative here. What you will find instead are 365 days of probably a one dozen position and very mild variations of those same positions (probably more accurate: 6 general positions and then slight variations of those positions). I feel a better title would have been "position of the month that you already know +1!" :) Now you're thinking "this idiot doesn't know that if you move to the left you hit the g-spot," actually, yes I get that, but again, nothing inspiring to be found here. Also, perhaps being a male and not terribly into romance novels, but I don't need to read the words "sizzling" and "steamy" while trying to figure out if I'm suppose to put my left leg here, or my right elbow there. Just need to know what to do!

Bottom-line:

If you're looking for a bedroom book that's really going to add fire to your sex life, this isn't the one (we've looked at probably once or twice since ordering it, we were excited about it when it first arrived we sat down and went through each individual page, and seriously nothing to write home about, I think it's hanging out on a dresser in our closet). If you're interested in soft porn that you don't want to have to call porn, or you don't find your partner attractive and need to go to a special place by looking at someone who is attractive during sex, but don't want your partner to know what's really going through you mind, or filler romance novel style writing does something for you... yeah. if any of these three scenarios define your situation this is probably your book.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Dessie Singh on February 9, 2011
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My wife and I are Christian and had both abstained from sex before we were married. For the first two years, we enjoyed getting to know each other, but now we are wanting to take things to the next level by exploring things we had, not only never tried, but never considered because of lack of experience. Everyone knows there are two elements to a good sexual relationship: the physical and the emotional. For us, this book really, really helped with the physical part.

(For the emotional part, I highly recommend Just F--k Me! - What Women Want Men to Know About Taking Control in the Bedroom (A Guide for Couples).)

To anyone who buys this book, I would suggest using more like a tool to help set the mood rather than think of it as an instruction manual. My wife and I like to look at the book and read it aloud while caressing each other. We enjoy looking at the beautifully shot photos and using them as inspiration for stimulating conversation while we try the various positions.

The best compliment I can give this book is that it is tasteful. I feel as though the writing does not insult one's intelligence nor does it leave you feeling as though you're doing something dirty. I also appreciate that this is a book that is just as appealing to me as it is to my wife.

I also appreciate that the book has a modern feel to it. I considered getting a copy of the Joy of Sex, but I know we wouldn't have had as much fun with that book than we do with this one.

Overall, for those of us who need to be educated and want new ideas, this is a fantastic book and one that will be used for more than one year.
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38 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Michelle7 on February 1, 2010
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365 Sex Positions aptly shows that there are many different ways for couples to connect ... a different technique for each day of the year. This is an astoundingly elegant production that is as utilitarian as it is beautiful. It's the perfect size at 6.5" x 5.5" (16.6cm x 14cm) so that it fits well into any nightstand or small, weekend travel bag. At almost an inch thick (1.8cm) and paperback it possesses the feel of a sturdy yet truly usable sex manual. It's easily searched and should stand up to the hundreds (or thousands) of times that it gets rifled through. Each page features a single photograph that goes from edge to edge filling up the page. The number (between 1-365), the name of the position, and a short easy-to-read description are embedded on each page. The text is poetic but essentially sticks to the factual information - which is a good thing. The featured heterosexual couples are showcased using a few accessory items such as a chair, a bed, an exercise ball, a table, and a stool. A vibrator also makes an appearance. But there really is nothing in here that the average household will not have or cannot provide a suitable substitute.

As the title suggests there are 365 positions presented. Many are variations of the standard missionary, rear-entry, and cowgirl positions but there are so many delightful moves that are unique unto themselves that boredom is an impossibility. Positions such as Ball Game (31), Full Throttle (97), and All Hands of Deck (231) are centered around genital play. The Flat Back (51) and Sword Swallower (146) cater to oral sex. Fantasy Island (189) is based entirely around him stroking and caressing her. Some like the Handstand (11) and the Amazing Arc (54) may prove to be too acrobatic for some.
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