Advanced Sex Tips for Girls: This Time It's Personal

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Simon and Schuster, Feb 4, 2003 - Humor - 224 pages
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Cynthia Heimel seduced readers with her runaway bestseller Sex Tips for Girls. Now, in this eagerly awaited follow-up, Heimel takes us on a journey toward romantic enlightenment and finds it's not all that far from midtown.
Should you date a man who's on Prozac? Why is "single" a buzzword that makes us feel like killing ourselves? What's so funny about a man in a dress? Why was the panty girdle the straw that broke the back of the patriarchy? What if your son gets married on MTV? Is the Backlash over? Why does the theory of evolution dictate that every human must get laid as much as humanly possible? Entertaining, erudite, and always irreverent, Heimel's manifesto is a must-have for the twenty-first-century female.
 

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In this sequel to Sex Tips for Girls, Heimel offers her sardonic advice and wry observations on the difficulties of being a woman during the past 40 years. Thirty-two short chapters cover topics as ... Read full review

Contents

Complicity He Said
19
DATING GODDAMMIT
31
RELATIONSHIPS AND BREAKDOWNS
69
Listening to Peanut MMs
91
The Sixties Still a Problem for the Chicks
99
ALPHA BITCH SOUP
109
Womens Intuition?
111
My Life as a Man
115
The Seventies
151
A NEW LEASH
159
A Theme Park
161
My Angel Homer
165
Dog Is My Copilot
171
Take My Collectibles Please
175
Little Annie Happy at Last
181
Political Correction
185

The Default Sex
121
Bitch Bitch Bitch?
125
Mothering Made Easy
129
Hardwired
133
Problem Lady
137
FALLING DOWN
145
Leaving Home
147
A Very Modern Wedding
191
Problem Lady
195
Mental Notes
205
The Hobag Manifesto
209
The Heart Is a Lonely Muncher
219
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Cynthia Heimel is the author of seven books, including the bestselling Sex Tips for Girls, and numerous columns and articles. She lives in Oakland, California, with her boyfriend, his son, and too many dogs.

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