Sexational Secrets: The Ultimate Guide for Erotic Know-How

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 15, 1998 - Self-Help - 304 pages
Tantric gurus, Japanese geishas and French courtesans have known for centuries the most erotic pleasures of the bedroom. Now renowned sex expert Susan Crain Bakos has gathered the best sexual techniques from every corner of the earth and is ready to tell all.

You will learn how to please your mate and yourself in ways you never dreamed possible. From sensual kissing to talking dirty to sex that will last all night, Sexational Secrets is the ultimate how-to manual for sexual expertise.

You'll discover:

-The six basic positions for lovemaking-and how to add your own variations
-What men really want from women during sex
-How masturbation can intensify the passion during lovemaking
-Sex that can last for hours and hours
-Multiple orgasms for her and him
-How to arouse your partner without even touching
-And many more eye-opening Sexational Secrets!

So embark today on a sensuous adventure that will change your love life forever...

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User Review  - bookwormteri - LibraryThing

Interesting blend of eastern and western philosophy as an approach to sex. There are alot of good technique ideas in the book, but there are also some that are just silly. Overall, if you are looking for some new ideas, or are just interested in reading about sex, pick it up and enjoy. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Susan Crain Bakos is known the world over as a writer on sex, from nonfiction books such as What Men Really Want, Sexual Pleasures, and Kink: The Hidden Sex Lives of Americans to The Female Superior Position, a novel. She is a regular contributor to magazines such as Penthouse, Redbook,, and Cosmopolitan, and lives outside of New York City.

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