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The Sex God - No Mud No Lotus Paperback – May 13, 2012
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Nothing to see here - do not waste your money. (And as for the positive reviews - well, take a look at what other books they've reviewed.)
It gives the reader a rare insight into the workings of the male mind that perhaps is a little different to what the perceived notion is by women; in that men only think of sex. There are many intricate, detailed and explicit descriptions of sex hence why this book will not be for everyone, although I do think that many readers who are interested in what Ben Belenus has to say will be most intrigued and fascinated by it. It is quite graphic as the author does go into meticulous detail whilst discussing his journey, from boyhood to infidelities and deep love.Read more ›
The book is no hold bars and will not be a book for everyone to read, if you are offended by sexual explicit terms and very descriptive sexual text then this is not a book for you.
The honesty the author share about the women involved, the actions and positions they experience, just go to show us that sex is natural and shouldn't be seen as seedy or dirty. By being open and sharing your vulnerability or enjoyment it can bring people together and through intimacy can strengthen the bond.
I think that through the book the author is trying to tell us that sex is a basic instinct and if a willing partner is to be found there is no shame in any of the behaviour that follows between them.
As I have stated the book is extremely descriptive and a little too explicit for my taste, although a great insight into how men in general see and think about sex.