The Great Sex Secret: What Satisfied Women and Men Know That No One Talks About

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Sourcebooks, Nov 1, 2006 - Self-Help - 224 pages
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Traditional sexual intercourse almost always produces an orgasm for men but rarely does for women. This is because the location of the clitoris prevents most women from getting sensitive, appropriate and sustained stimulation when they make love. Full satisfaction for both partners is neither easy nor obvious; it doesn't "come naturally."

Astonishingly, almost none of the literature on sex is helpful on this issue. Almost without exception, the "experts" have been asking the wrong questions and are stuck in an old paradigm of how sexual intercourse is supposed to work. As a result, few couples find the advice they need:

--Three approaches that allow both partners to get full satisfaction during lovemaking, including simultaneous orgasms, which the conventional wisdom has declared to be virtually impossible

--A breakthrough for couples in achieving mutual satisfaction and long-term sexual happiness

--Revolutionary ideas that liberate couples from conventional wisdom that doesn't work and helps them communicate about what does

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About the author (2006)

Kim Marshall has worked in public education since graduating from college in 1969, and has published seven books and numerous articles. As a young teacher, he was trained as a sex educator and began developing and teaching a sex education curriculum, reaching more than seventeen hundred young adolescents over the years.

The Great Sex Secret developed on a parallel track. Marshall was struck by some significant gaps in sex literature and popular media and started work on a letter that he planned to give to his own children on their eighteenth birthdays.

To his surprise, this proved to be one of the most challenging projects he'd ever undertaken. Eight years of reading, research, and feedback slowly turned a twelve-page letter into something much bigger, and Marshall decided to share it with a wider audience.

A generous impulse gave rise to this book. Marshall hopes that its ideas will be helpful to many lovers, allowing them to get to the heart of the matter a little bit sooner. Life is short, the geography of love is a challenge, and sexual happiness really matters.

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