Regina Lynn is the award-winning "S*x Drive" columnist at Wired.com and the author of S*xier S*x: Lessons from the Brave New S*xual Frontier (Seal Press) and The S*xual Revolution 2.0 (Ulysses Press).
She began chronicling the s*xual revolution 2.0 early in 2003 as part of TechTV's documentary series Wired for S*x before her move to Wired.com. She received a Maggie award for "Best Online Column" from the Western Publications Association, and Marie Claire magazine called her one of the "top five s*x experts in the U.S." ("Ultimate S*x Tips from the Pros," February 2006).
She has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, Playboy Radio, the Village Voice, G4TV, Digital Village Radio, and NPR New Zealand, among other places, but lives for the days that she gets FARKed.
Regina lives in Los Angeles with her dog Jedi and her horse Rockstar. When not handcuffed to her computer, she can be found carving the canyons on her motorcycle or hanging out at the beach with inline skates and a boogie board. Her birthday is in May but she accepts presents year round.
She only writes about herself in the third person when producing an Official Bio for The Public. For more intimate details, visit http://www.reginalynn.com.
Many of the topics in the book are geared toward more inexperienced users of technology. Gina takes the time to really explain the beauty and the hazards that exist in technology. Her writing style is filled with little comments and asides that bring the articles to life the way no ordinary 'how to' book could. She uses personal experience from her real life (as well as the lives of her readers) to illustrate her points.
Fans of her column in Wired or of her blog will find the format of the book familiar. Each topic is covered in about 2-3 pages, with sidebars giving additional information or addresses to help research her topics more fully. I think the thing I love most about the book is that I have talked to Gina for a while now as a fan of her column, and you KNOW that she speaks from experience. She isn't afraid to tell it like it is, and if she recommends a product or service, you know she has real-world experience with it.Read more ›
The words "awesome", "helpful", and "insightful" are an inadequate review of this book. This is an honest and delightful look at the sexual experiences pertaining to technology and one's self image. Although the book was written for women, much of the topics and the material can be applied to men as most topics deal with how to approach technology and sex rather than what to wear (although there is a chapter concerning lingerie). The author, Regina Lynn is very knowledgeable source of technology, sex, and how the two cross paths in today's digital age and her style of writing allows the subject to be less embarrassing and interesting to read through.
Regina Lynn has done it again. Sexier sex is a fun filled informative book. I actually read this with my sex partner who enjoyed it as much as I did. It is now a permanent bedside book. Regina's writing style keeps me excited. As a guy I felt like I was delving into a secret women's club at times, learning new and wondrous things. Go Regina. BTW, I absolutely love the size of the book.
The cover looks great right? Well that's the best it gets. Its more into voyeurism. Sole voyeurism. Like on the internet and how to set up your own sex site. Then how to make money off doing sex acts on it. I was hoping for something a little more partner or self oriented on making myself feel and act sexier. About 1/3 of this book is how to get sexier sex on the computer. Not what I was looking for all all. SKIP this one folks!