How to Make Love All Night (and Drive a Woman Wild): Male Multiple Orgasm and Other Secrets for Prolonged Lovemaking

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Random House Value Publishing, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 177 pages
According to Dr. Barbara Keesling, who spent ten years as a sex therapist, any man can master the simple techniques presented in HOW TO MAKE LOVE ALL NIGHT (and Drive a Woman Wild).
In a forthright, practical, and lively style, Dr. Keesling provides a series of exercises and techniques for men to prolong lovemaking regardless of age or experience. There are exercises for the body and exercises for the mind so that the sensual experience lasts and lasts and lasts! And as with anything new, the key to success is practice, practice, practice!
Written for both the man and his partner, HOW TO MAKE LOVE ALL NIGHT guides the reader from the basics to advanced exercises. With anecdotes from several men who have achieved success following Dr. Keesling's methods, this is a book that can open up a whole new world of pleasure so what do you have to lose—except sleep?

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User Review  - GypsyJon - LibraryThing

A good little book to help men last longer in bed. It really works, but like all this kind of stuff it takes prolonged effort. No silver bullet, but I do have to say the process is fun, some exercises are with your partner which makes the hole thing fun for everyone. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Barbara Keesling has worked as a sex surrogate and sex therapist; earned a doctorate in psychology; written several bedside guides on lovemaking including "Sexual Healing, " "Sexual Pleasure, " and "How to Make Love All Night;" and taught human sexuality and psychopathology at Pepperdine University in southern California.

Keesling's expertise has been featured in numerous national magazines such as "Glamour, " "Cosmopolitan, " "Redbook, " and "Marie Claire, " and she appeared in an erotic "Playboy" pictorial. She is a frequent guest on national TV and radio talk shows.

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