The Book of Kink: Sex Beyond the Missionary (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Oct 4, 2011 - Reference - 272 pages
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How to get your Fifty Shades on...

For anyone who’s felt...inspired...after reading Fifty Shades of Grey, The Book of Kink both entertains and enlightens, showing you the who, what, where, why, and how of kink.

People everywhere are into kinky sex. For some, it's a way to spice up a withered sex life; for others, it's a way of life. No matter how or why we do it, kinky sex is as old as Adam and Eve and as commonplace as your next-door neighbor. For example, did you know:

Japan organized the largest orgy ever caught on tape, featuring 500 participants? A Berlin hotel offers different rooms dedicated to kinky sex, including one with a coffin? Those who are into having sex with an armpit have a fetish called axillism? There is a university dedicated entirely to love and sex called the Loveology University?

The Book of Kink is an entertaining and enlightening look into all things beyond the pale when it comes to sex. Exploring everything from equipment, sex classes, sex parties, and porn to the who, what, where, when, why, and how of kink, it delves into fetishes, turn-ons, role-playing, and how the Internet has put a new spin on kinkiness. It is an X-rated romp through cultural and social history and contemporary mores.

Whether you're appalled to learn that people actually do this or are relieved to find out that you're not the only one, you'll never see sex the same way again.


  

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Review: The Book of Kink: Sex Beyond the Missionary

User Review  - Raven - Goodreads

If I didnt already know what 90% of this stuff was, I would probably think this was informative. But since I was looking for more of an intro to bdsm kink, Im not really impressed. Honestly this reads like someone's research paper project. Read full review

Review: The Book of Kink: Sex Beyond the Missionary

User Review  - David Schwan - Goodreads

This book was written to explain to those 10% of people who only practice the missionary position what they are missing. Not much new information in here. Read full review

Contents

What Is the Missionary Position?
The Mainstreaming of Kink
Whats in Pop?
Sex Ed
Thinking Off
Sexercise
Jazzle Up Your Snazzle
Age Kink
Cock Rings
Candle Wax
Fleshlights and Fabricated Feet and Bibs
Butt Plugs
Fetish Wear
Kinky Furniture
Teledildonics
Apps

Working Sex
The Feng Shui of Sex
Going Beyond the Missionary
Fantasies
RolePlaying
Flagellation
Once Bitten Twice as Confident
Sexting
Group Sex
Swinging
Dogging
Anal Sex
Solo Suck
BDSM
Kinky Flicks
Sex Has Always Been Fun
Masturbation
The Manuals
The Personalities
Prostitution
Tantra
Piercings
Kink Stats
The Americas
Europe
Asia
Africa
Middle East
Sex in Public
A Room with a Kink Please
The Art of Sex
Kinky Theater
Sex Expos
Taking Off in the Buff
Edible Delights
The Smells
Dildos
Vibrators
Lube Jobs
Sex Dolls
Penis Extenders
Ben Wa Balls
Podophilia
Crush Fetish
Panty Fetish
Leather Rubber Vinyl Spandex Latex and PVC Fetishisms
Uniform Fetish
Vampire Fetish
Vorarephilia
Body Inflation Fetish
Asphyxiophilia
Teratophilia
Dacryphilia
Erotic Electrostimulation
Apodysophilia
Voyeurism
Pedophilia
Erotic Lactation
Acousticophilia
Acrophilia
Yeastiality
Acucullophilia
Biastophilia
Coprophagia
Urolagnia
Olfactophilia
Cuckold
Spectrophilia
Mechanophilia
Agalmatophilia
Inflatophilia
Zoophilia
Animalistic Attraction
Pony Play
The Business of Sex Tapes
Porn
A Quick History of Porn
First Porn Films
Erotic Magazines
Sex Tapes
The Politics of Sex Tapes
Sex Rehab
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Eva Christina has written for NBC's Las Vegas and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and is a filmmaker. She was also a senior editor of Notorious magazine. She lives in California.

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