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Tricks To Please A Woman Paperback – May 1, 2002
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Jay Wiseman has over 30 years of experience in human sexuality and was one of the early pioneers and builders of the alternative sexuality community in the San Francisco area. He continues to be heavily involved, both in his local area and nationally, as a sexuality author, educator, mentor, workshop leader, expert witness, and activist. A former ambulance crewman with years of experience, and holder of one of the highest awards for lifesaving action." Hehas spoken nationally on erotic bondage, on negotiating sexual behaviors, and on sexual safety, and has taught hundreds of first aid and CPR classes both inside and outside of the sexuality communities.
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Jay Wiseman is a pioneer of San Francisco's alternative sexuality community. A former ambulance crewman, he won one of the highest awards for lifesaving. He speaks nationally on erotic bondage, sexual negotiation and safety, and teaches first aid and CPR to civilians and his constituency.
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What I got:
1) Nuggets of idiotic advice. Example trick: "It's often very useful and helpful to signal your partner; verbally or otherwise, that you are about to come, especially when you are receiving fellatio."
Hello...that's not a trick, that's basic courtesy! Here's another trick: "Some tricksters have reported to me, very emphatically, that it's possible to make cunnilingus much more intense for some women by gently pulling back the clitoral hood to expose the tissue normally covered by it, and then licking there." What a roundabout (and space hogging) way to describe LICKING THE CLITORIS. Such simple commonsense, expanded in to fancy prose, is what the book is full of.
2) Magnanimous page layouts that leave more than 50% of the page blank. There are just 2 tricks to a page! Sometimes just 1!! This kind of generous page design feels justified for profound content like Richard Bach's Jonathan Livingston Seagull but feels galling when employed for grossly incompetent works like this one. Clearly a lot more tricks could have been fitted in if the pages were more judiciously utilized. Are the others being saved for a sequel? "MORE tricks to please a woman" perhaps? Likely.
3) Deceptively alluring cover design that is a stark contrast to the incompetence within.
If you have read any sex manual, you will find this book a complete waste of money and frequently insulting to your intelligence. But what is an even greater waste is the opportunity that Mr.Wiseman had to create a remarkable piece of work. Clearly the author had identified the need in the market for a handbook of timeless ways to turn on a woman, a ready-reckoner of sorts. But alas, went about filling that need most disappointingly. How much 'wiser' it would have been for Mr.Wiseman to commission Paul Joannides to fill the pages between the covers.
The one star I have given it is only just in case the book was meant for blokes who do not even know that licking a clitoris generally pleases the owner. For such completely clueless idiots, this book would probably serve some purpose (actually even for them, there are far better books out there).
As for the rest, please save your money [...]
If only I'd known about some of these tricks years ago. Ah well, better late than never I suppose. Now I just want to find a way to get my name included among all the others who have contributed ideas to this or Jay's other "Tricks" books!