Since primitive times, women have gazed over campfires, fumbled out of their bearskins and wondered how to best please their tool-wielding mates. Grunting males have offered little help or guidance for their eager-to-learn companions, instead occupying themselves with chest thumping, sports on cable and other testosterone-driven posturing.
It took eons of Darwinian development for women to realize that the answers to their many questions were as close as the nearest telephone. Who better to unveil the mysteries of the he-man psyche that a woman's best friend, the master of clever and refined thinking, the gay man? He knows exactly when, where and how to elicit that ultimate ooh-ooh, because he knows all too well what he wants.
Enter Dan Anderson and Maggie Berman, whose biologically determined friendship transcends the battle of the sexes, freeing them to dish and compare notes. Their guide to male pleasure, Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man, is the culmination of their intensive lifelong survey on the subject. Two fearless and dedicated scholars, Dan and Maggie bucked the system, at times even descending into the trenches themselves. Now the wisdom gained from the years of devoted scholarship can finally be divulged to the heterosexual public.
Sex Tips contains such highly classified man-pleasers as:
- The Flying Wallenda Position
- The Upstanding Citizen
- The Princeton Belly Rub
- Combo Platters
So, if you hunger to be the most dazzling lover on the planet, Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man will give you the inside track on how to drive your man to new heights of ecstasy. Double your pleasure, double your fun—and double the new ways he'll find to thank you.
What the man in your life won't tell you . . . but wants you to know
He knows what he wants . . . now you will too!
Foolproof First Moves!
"Wait a second . . . let me get that thread off your pants" or "Wow, you've been working out. Make a muscle."
Tips on Grips!
You want to hold a Diet Coke, but you don't want to crush the can and why you should have refrigerated cookie dough on hand the next time the girls come over.
"The Princeton Belly Rub"—what they really teach you in the Ivy League.
Up, Twist, Over and Down . . . The stroke that'll have more men fighting for you than for Helen of Troy
"You'll have the confidence of knowing that you were the best thing in bed he's ever had and, remember, it's the toe-tingler that gets the tennis bracelet."