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The Lovers' Guide: The Art of Better Lovemaking Hardcover – November 15, 1993
From Library Journal
The Lover's Guide is a British adaptation of a video of the same title. The book emphasizes developing techniques to satisty one's partner, both physically and emotionally. This is accomplished primarily through photographs of young Anglo couples depicting massage, foreplay, oral sex, and numerous intercourse positions. Though the photos are not pornographic, per se, they are full-color, quite explicit, and dreamy and erotic in nature. Unlike the photographs in Miriam Stoppard's recent The Magic of Sex (Dorling Kindersley, 1992), which are so airbrushed that they could be defended as purely instructional in a censorship crisis, these photographs may prove controversial. Another major problem is the text. It has not been edited for American audiences (e.g., knickers is used for women's underwear, and chemist for pharmacist). In addition, important information on sexually transmitted diseases, safer sex, and contraception is left to a brief penultimate chapter. Not recommended. Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 10/15/93.
- A. Arro Smith, San Marcos P.L., Tex.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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This book has everything, which is surprising for its small size. From before and after stimulation pictures of REAL vaginas and penises and real pictures of how to stimulate your partner properly.
Very well done. If you want a good sex book for a small price, get this one.