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Product Details

  • Paperback: 60 pages
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (August 2, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1477254595
  • ISBN-13: 978-1477254592
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.2 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,759,587 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The excerpts I've read of this are mind boggling.

The guy wants you to believe not only that different colored women indeed have varying levels of vaginal warmth to begin with but that he's slept with enough of them to say which is which. Somehow I doubt he used the scientific method in his "how warm does this vagina feel?" study. I'm guessing that instead of sticking thermometers up the vaginas of a statistically relevant sample size of various colored women in a university type setting over a period of time and then comparing the temperatures to the panetone color of their vaginal walls versus skin color he just slept with a few random women and made up how warm they feel based on hundreds of variables.

I say we perform a test to see how accurate his penis is at detecting various levels of heat. Also, strippers are not paragons of power you complete and total idiot.
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By Olivia on September 5, 2012
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I didn't learn much from this book but I did learn a lot about vaginal colors and vagina races. Like,
standard vag is quite a nice color, I bought it to repaint my room a little while ago. Really brightens the place up. Now I only wish I could get it to be Latina vag temperature in here, and the ambiance would be complete!
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The message of this book could have been said in a page and a half. The rest of it seems as though the author is just stroking his own ego and padding enough to make a sellable book. Then there's a passage inwhich he describes what you can expect from the vagina of all the major races. This reader still can't see the relivence of the information. Worst of all is that the author doesn't write very well. Perhaps if he wasn't trying to pad out the one valid point he had to make. But then, he'd have written a mere paper.
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Author Bryan Craig was fired yesterday (9/18/2012) from his job as a girls basketball coach/counselor at Rich Township High School, a suburb of Chicago. In a telephone interview after the board's action, Craig said he "assumed'' the board would take the action.

In the book's forward, Craig says his intention is to give women a guide to gaining the "upper hand in a relationship'' because he is tired of hearing them complain.

And this guy was a counselor?

Though I read more than half of it, I didn't finish the book. I found it too repulsive.
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By Lily Knol on September 3, 2012
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This is a disgusting piece of crap and no woman in her right mind would want to be anywhere near a man who believed in anything written here.
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I personally know the individual who wrote this book and the views of in this book reflect his personality. This Author is blameful of women and suggests that men should not take responsibility for their own actions. Women who are victims of domestic violence or sexual abuse are "blamed" for not making the "right" decision according to his unprofessional "professional" opinion. No cooperative responsibilities here. The woman is to blame for the behavior of men. Very poorly written and highly inflammatory. I see why they fired him from his job dealing with young impressionable women.
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By Tawn on September 5, 2012
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It is all about Craig's extensive sexual experiences, including his classification of lady's private parts by their ethnicity. He encourages promiscuity and tells women they should learn from strippers. He is a high school counselor and girl's basketball coach.

How ignorant is he that he didn't see how inappropriate this is to write? At the very least, did he not think his students might read it? Or, was that his intent all along? You have to wonder.

And in a move that shows how unaware he truly is, he dedicates this bizarre filth to his mother and his wife.
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I think I paid 2 bucks for this, and that's about what it was worth. Saw the book referenced after the author got in trouble, and I won't say its worth the read, but everybody occasionally reads stuff just for the curiosity factor, and that's about all this was. It's like listening to the stories of your friend's friend, whom you do not know, but brags about his knowledge of women, and how to play them. Over a couple of drinks you'll probably let the guy think you're amused, and let him think you're impressed, but they you'll rather come to the conclusion that you won't get those hours back. That's this book, at least in my opinion. Junk food for the brain.
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