The Encyclopedia of Unusual Sex Practices

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BARRICADE BOOKS Incorporated, Jan 1, 1992 - Psychology - 336 pages
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This unusual volume contains more than 700 entries and 150 original and sometimes shocking illustrations. Brenda Love covers strange methods of arousal as will as hundreds of bizarre sex activities such as erotic balls, and love potions.

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User Review  - dakobstah - LibraryThing

This is the most thorough accounting of all human sex practices that I have found so far. Short on words and long on substance it beats out sex encyclopedias that are twice its size. I don't know if I ... Read full review

The encyclopedia of unusual sex practices

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Chances are this book won't stay on the shelf long; browsers, voyeurs, and, especially, censors will be attracted by its title. What they will discover is an odd assortment of 700 entries, ranging ... Read full review

Contents

ENTRIES AZ
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
304
APPENDIX OF SUPPLIERS
315
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

John Craig is a financial writer with Toronto-based Advisor.ca. His work has also been published in the "Financial Post, The Globe and Mail, and "Maclean's.

G. Michael Perry has a Bachelor's degree in engineering from Northwestern University, and Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago.

Howard L. Sorkin has worked in the financial marketplace for more than 20 years. He operates two financial consulting firms.

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