"This is a simple wonderful book that everyone should have in their collection. The combination of spot-on advice with beautiful, accessible graphics makes this an instant classic. Pick any page to jump-start your own fun evening or weekend. Kudos to the authors for an excellent job." (Nina Hartley, author of Nina Hartley's Guide to Total Sex)
"Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight!
is a deliciously detailed primer on everything you need to know to become an incredible lover. Jamye and Emily cover the gamut from sensuality to role-playing and everything in between. You'll have a whole new bag of creative ideas and moves that will keep your lover begging for more. Get ready to rock your sex life!" (Candida Royalle, Feminist erotic filmmaker & author of How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do)
"This book serves up sex education like it's a beautiful box of Valentine's day chocolates. Given with a whole lot of love, Hot Sex
is a sampler of sweet, sensual snacks in perfect, petite portions that give gooey gratification. Delicious!" (Annie Sprinkle, Ph. D.)
About the Author
Emily Morse created the top-rated podcast “Sex with Emily” (www.sexwithemily.com), which is now a radio broadcast, as well as a popular iPhone app, “101 Sex Tips From Sex With Emily.” She’s syndicating the live radio show and has a television show in development. Emily has interviewed hundreds of experts about every realm of sexual experience, exploring topics from the common questions people ask to the outer realms of sexual exploration. She’s been proud to welcome (and learn from) doctors, swingers, matchmakers, sex coaches, sensual-party hosts, sex-toy manufacturers, orgasmic monks, and many “real people,” including happily married couples. Emily holds a degree in psychology from the University of Michigan, and has worked in documentary film and electoral politics in San Francisco.
Jamye Waxman, M.Ed., holds a graduate degree in sex education from Philadelphia’s Widener University. She is the former sex-advice columnist for Playgirl
magazine and a writer for the LA Weekly
’s After Dark. Jamye has also consulted for HBO’s The Katie Morgan Show
, and her work has appeared in Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Zink, AVN Novelty, Xbiz, Steppin’ Out
, and on Cherrytv.com, sexhealthguru.com, and RealitySandwich.com. The author of two prior books on sexuality, Jamye is also the creator and host of the 101 Positions for Lovers
and Personal Touch
video series for Adam and Eve Pictures. She travels extensively teaching workshops on sexual pleasure and has been widely quoted in the media. The President of Feminists for Free Expression, she lives in Los Angeles and online at www.jamyewaxman.com.
Benjamin Wachenje started his career as a spray-can artist and went on to graduate in Fine Art and Graphic Design from Camberwell School of Arts. His illustrations continue to be influenced by the early hip-hop movement and contemporary street culture. His first solo exhibition, Open Mic (1997), was a series of portraits that documented underground British hip- hop artists. Since then he has been a contributor for numerous lifestyle magazines including Wired, Stuff, ESPN
, and Time
, as both an illustrator and graphic designer. Benjamin has been kept busy with mostly illustration and animation briefs and collaborations with advertising agencies. He has developed national campaigns for Timberland, British Telecom, BBC, MTV, Levi’s, Nike, Toyota, Microsoft, Virgin Atlantic, SNCF, and Columbia Records. He lives and works in London.