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Hot and Fast: Sexy, Spontaneous Quickies for Passionate Orgasms Paperback – September 18, 2012
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If you are at all timid or do not like straight out sexual talk, you might be a bit uncomfortable with this book. The author is blunt and includes mention of many sexual activities that you may or may not feel comfortable with. She stresses that whatever you and your partner do (or you do alone!) that you both enjoy is perfectly fine....whether society says it is or not. While there is plenty here to learn for the average vanilla sexual relationship, she also has some good information for those that enjoy a little bit more kink in the bedroom.
There are sections in the book that are meant to be used with your partner. There is a handy checklist of activities and a `yes, no maybe' scorecard. Both of you fill it out and see where your interests overlap. The author then dives into positions and locations. This is not a Kama Sutra handbook of 8001 positions with step by step instructions. Just a few basic suggestions. The suggested quickie locations get a little bit more detailed...Read more ›
Not only does Andelloux de-mystify the orgasm but there is so much more! Through enthusiastic encouragement, Hot and Fast includes the importance of communication and self pleasure, an incredibly concise breakdown of anatomical parts and functioning, how to prep for sex anytime and anywhere, taking the performance angle out of your agenda and new ways of looking at sex. Coining the term "Pizza Sex", which is sloppy, fast, messy and hot, Andelloux helps the reader understand the satisfaction attainable through learning what you want and how to ask for it so that you may incorporate sexuality into every part of your existence.
I love the helpful worksheets and exercises covering Sexy Time Activities, Getting Verbal and Fantasies that will aid you in discovering what turns you on. In this manner, you are better equipped to COMMUNICATE with your partner(s). The shopping guide is a fabulous addition - whether it's for a trip to your local Mega-Store or online sex toy supplier, there are a multitude of suggestions that will make Sexy Time convenient. You certainly won't look at a hardware or grocery store the same. The resources section at the end of Hot and Fast is a must have, in and of it's self.Read more ›
I have to admit: this is not my usual kind of reading! It is most definitely saucy. (Did I just date myself by using the word "saucy"??!!) But what I love about Andelloux's book is how the TRUE educator comes through. Each clever (sometimes ingenious) "quickie" idea is followed by a place for the reader to self-assess. (And the nonjudgmental author smartly leaves room for the reader to say any given quickie is not for them.)
There is a sea of books on the market with 101 ideas...or 365 positions...etc. But few of them are written by a person with the depth of knowledge Andelloux brings to the subject. So here's to a positive, fun read by an informed author. Check it out!
I especially enjoyed the suggestions for places to have sex (including around the house, outside, etc.) and to just have fun with sex! it shouldn't be a chore!
The very end of the book comes with resources for toys, websites, and more... very useful!
A quick read and easy to reference if needed.