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The Mominatrix's Guide to Sex: A No-Surrender Advice Book for Naughty Moms Paperback – January 18, 2010
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Could Easily be "Manage Your Body Through Pregnancy: A No-Surrender Advice Book for Moms"
The first 80% of this book is about before, during and after birth and the affects on your body. The previous review talking about physiological birth control is 100% correct. Reading this book is as close to reality on life before and after birth than any other book I have read.
What it is not, is a sex book, it is far from it. It is reality on the real life affects on the female body from birth of children.
The last 20% of the book does get into "Spicing Up" the sex life, and if you are still reading it can be valuable.
If you are more than 1 year removed from birth of your latest child, then I would recommend finding a different book.
If you have not yet had a child, or are expecting a child, this is a great book for soon to be moms. It was certainly a reality check at the very least.
All the things you'd want your best friend to tell you about sex but would be too mortified to ask, plus a heap of juicy tidbits that you didn't even know about.
I'm the parent of an 18 yr old, a 15 yr old and a 9 yr. old. I've been married 20 years and my husband and I were together three years before we married. I'm a full time middle and high school teacher.
All this to say that my mojo...she was missing. Hubby and I needed a, well, a recharge. Our marriage needed to find the spark again.
This January, The Mominatrix started the Sexual Resolution; a month long series of challenges meant to jumpstart that spark again. Halfway through the month, I got curious about the Mominatrix book and ordered it from Amazon. It was a quick read, especially since I'm 9 years away from a newborn and much of the book deals with post partum issues. However, issues from pregnancy and parenthood are not just postpartum ones...self-image issues linger. This book, I thought, was applicable to all stages of parenthood. I know that I've found it to be engaging, helpful and very informative (porn specifically for women? Wow). I would, and have, recommended it to any mother, new or not, who wants to reclaim her whole self.
The boyfriend says: I was curious because every guy is interested in pregnant sex, but whoever this woman is has such a condescending way of communicating her tepid humor. I don't want her as my mom, I'll tell you that much. And there are no pictures so I'm completely unstimulated.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is filled with witty humor and realistic expectations of the post-pardum body and sex.
I find that the author is practical and humorous in approach. Read more
I purchased this book on title alone, and should have read the reviews first. As others have stated, it's geared towards new moms, which I am definitely not. Read morePublished on October 17, 2012 by Ann Pellegrino
This book has kept me laughing all the way through it! The wit the author has is amazing. This book is perfect for any Mom or one that's expecting.Published on May 23, 2010 by Tabitha Winton
A completely overdone, rather brainless take on sex after childbirth that felt more degrading than empowering given that nearly every description of the postpartum mother involved... Read morePublished on March 13, 2010 by Sexy Sadie
Instead she talks about the subject of birth inaccurately. Anyone who describes having a c-section as being a "lucky b!tch" shouldn't be allowed to write books for the women. Read morePublished on February 24, 2010 by E. Bradley-McCabe
I think this book is a funny, fresh look at Sex and Motherhood. Designed to be humorous and informative, I found that it hit the mark. Read morePublished on February 1, 2010 by Tina
The author is extremely degrading to moms who've suffered a cesarean delivery. Specifically, the author urges "consider yourself lucky, c-section b*tches."Published on January 29, 2010 by Brooke Smith