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Orgasms: How to Have Them, Give Them, and Keep Them Coming Paperback – December 28, 2004
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Paget also includes spicy and amusing facts, such as, "Back in the Middle Ages, straight pubic hair was a sign of too much masturbation, which presumably accounts for the wide popularity of miniature pubic hair curlers at the time," and "In 1930 there was a nude indoor bicycle race in Paris in which each woman's goal was to be the first to orgasm from rubbing on the seat."
Lou Paget is also the author of How to Be a Great Lover: Girlfriend-to-Girlfriend Totally Explicit Techniques That Will Blow His Mind and How to Give Her Absolute Pleasure: Totally Explicit Techniques Every Woman Wants Her Man to Know. Though some information from earlier books is repeated in this one (who minds a reminder about our differences, or an illustration of Ode to Bryan, AKA the Penis Samba?), most is new, or presented in a new way. You'll enjoy The Big O--and so will your partner! --Joan Price --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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In 260 pages Ms. Paget manages to give you 'The Big O' from conception to completion with some fun stuff in between. 'The Big O' will definitely bring you up to date on the physiological aspects of your important parts to achieve orgasm. Ms. Paget manages to do this with in the realm of education and not being crude.
She also touches on the very important aspect that [love making] begins in the head and the brain is the larges sex organ. She touches on the mental aspects of boredom, anxiety, and arousal.
There are chapters dedicated to both men and women were she describes the different and numerous kinds of orgasms available to both men and women. Both these chapters give you some very specific how to's on achieving orgasm. By far I would say those two chapters will hold your interest and you will want to experiment using some of her ideas unless you knew them already.
Of course no book written on the subject of sexuality is complete today with out a chapter on the medical concerns of [intercourse] today. Ms. Paget has two chapters one dedicated to discussing fitness, depression, desire, and menopause along with diseases that effect sexual response and outcome. She also has a chapter dedicated to sexually transmitted diseases.
Included in her book are chapters on Fun Stuff to try: aphrodisiacs, massage, aromatherapy, exercises, and other toys.Read more ›
I am a conservative Christian woman that kept her virtue until her wedding night, so did my husband... NOW WHAT DO WE DO? We knew the mechanics our mom/dad and sex ed. teachers taught us... but we quickly learned there must be more to it than that! My husband and I wanted to find something informative, without being too ronchy. We wanted something that respected us as a couple and didn't care about becoming porn stars. I wanted a book that I wouldn't mind leaving my husband alone with either, lol.
I love how Lou writes: informative and straight to the point. I love the experiences she shares (her own and those of her seminar students).
This is the bridal shower gift I give to other conservative brides. This way they know get more bang for their punch, even when they've waited a long time to have it ;)
The author tries to cover a lot of area, but doesn't provide depth in any of them. For example, when describing different sexual positions, she relies a great deal on illustrations to get the point across, and provides very little textual description to enhance your understanding.
There are much better sex guides available, I suggest you pass on this one. Take a look at The Guide to Getting it On instead.
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We haven't even finished this yet, but are pleased to have found such a great resource. Good information, detail and illustrations without being raunchy or making us uncomfortable.Published 18 days ago by Fairchilds
Possibly the best money I have ever spent! Real answers to most of your questions. Techniques are explained clearly. And LOTS of new and creative ideas. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Artprof67
Highly recommend this book for those wanting to learn more about their sexuality and how to get more out of it!
This book was very informative, it was very helpful for both myself and my boyfriend. We both read it and believe me, we are using the info we learned and it's working. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bonnie
Excellent drawings and descriptions. You are sure to learn something from this book. It has scientific studies of orgasm and nerve endings... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Josh