Sex and the Recession

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ER Books, 2009 - Humor - 128 pages
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The Recession has filled our world with problems not of our own making. We have been abused by those in power in ways that, in 1786, triggered the French Revolution. We are poor, we are stressed, our shareprices have collapsed and the value of our homes have plummeted. We are dispossessed, our cars are repossessed and no one listens when we protest. When the future is looking down down down what can help get it up ? Enter Kate Copstick and Jamie Maclean, your Screw the recession, screw on!superheroes. With Sex and the Recession, their candid yet witty reassessment of the bust-time sexual landscape, and more thifty tips than you can shake a darned stocking at, their mission is to remind you that sex is the one thing those wretched Bankers cant lose for you or take away from you. Whether its tango con mano or pas de dix, Copstick and Maclean show you how to satisfy all parties, even when dinner at Masa no longer constitutes foreplay. The ONE to FIVE chart for sexual attractiveness is a painful (but essential) awareness crash-course for assessing your chances with the opposite sex. Sex and the Recession also features an illustrated, sex-in-the-crunch, Recessionary Alphabet which redefines crucial terms such as frottage, orgy, and cunnilingus bringing a ray of sunshine to the darkness of our economic noon. This book will keep those juices flowing, even when the cash isnt. Sex and the Recession is a a saucy and trenchantly witty book on how to deal with the downturn; it will cheer you up and tell you how to turn the worst of times into the best of times. Indeed, Hard Times...

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About the author (2009)

Born in Paisley, Scotland and a graduate of Glasgow University, Copstick was a successful television presenter, before turning to directing and producing adult films. Currently she is the owner of The Erotic Review.

Jamie Maclean, born in Yealanv Conyers, Lancashire. Educated at Eton and Edinburgh School of Art he worked in Sotheby's before opening his own gallery. He curated Britain's first ever exhibition of erotic art and subsequently went on to found the Erotic Review, of which he is now the editor.

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