From the Inside Flap
According to the findings in Sex On Campus: The Naked Truth About the Real Sex Lives of College Students
, you don't have to be a bad student to enjoy a good spanking. After laboriously researching 30 years of college sex studies, authors Leland Elliott and Cynthia Brantley designed their own survey to provide new data on long-standing, important issues and to explore the kinkier aspects of college sexuality -- an area never before examined on a large scale.
Sex On Campus mixes serious research and awareness of sexual health issues with a sense of humor (sex is fun, after all). It also serves as a how-to guide. Thats right, how-to. In striving to make the book a college student's Kama Sutra, Mr. Elliott and Ms. Brantley provide straightforward, candid advice on how to be ... well ... good in bed. Really good in bed. Anyone who reads this book may consider him/herself as coming away with a B.A. in sex.
About the Author
Leland Elliott is a writer and has worked in publishing since 1992. He attended Dartmouth College, where he was an English and Film major, and where he also had and enjoyed sex. He now lives in New York City, where he has found that being the author of this book is both a curse and a blessing when it comes to meeting women. He continues to write fiction and screenplays, although not all of them are about sex.
Cynthia Brantley is a writer who is currently getting her M.A. in Literature from the University of Texas at Austin. Cynthia attended Tulane University as an undergraduate, where she also had and enjoyed sex. She currently lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and thus has been unable to fully experience the repercussions, both good and bad, that authoring a sex book can do for one's social life.