The New Male Sexuality

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Bantam Books, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 414 pages
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The New Male Sexuality addresses the most urgent questions of men today--and of the women who love them.  Bernie Zilbergeld reports findings from his twenty years as a psychologist specializing in human sexuality, as well as those other experts in the field, and shares his own and his clients' experiences.  the result is the most comprehensive guide ever to enhancing desire and arousal, focusing on pleasure rather than performance, and keeping sex exciting and fulfilling.

Clear, comprehensive, witty, and refreshingly realistic, The New Male Sexuality is destined to be a classic of the nineties and beyond.


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This revision of the 1978 book Male Sexuality: A Guide to Sexual Fulfillment ( LJ 2/15/78) is comprised of four sections: Introduction, Sexual Reality, Better Sex, and Resolving Problems. The latter ... Read full review

Contents

The Making of Anxious Performers l
5
What Is This Thing Called Relating
9
Its Two Feet bong Hard as Steel and Will Knock Your
15
What Is This Thing Called Sex?
37
What Is This Thing Called a Penis?
50
Normal or What?
70
Your Conditions for Good Sex
87
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101
Sexually Stimulating a Woman
216
Sex and the Single Man
234
Getting the Most from Your SelfHelp Program
253
Getting Your Mind on Your Side
263
Developing Ejaculatory Control
275
Medical Options
302
Resolving Erection Problems with Sex Therapy
324
Surrogate Partner Therapy
341

Some Things You Should Know About Women
109
and Who Needs It Anyway?
125
Expressing Yourself
133
The Power of Asserting Yourself
146
How to Be a Better Listener
159
Tools for Dealing with Conflict
174
Touching
176
Sexual Arousal
200
Resolving Problems of Sexual Desire and Frequency
347
The Effects of Drugs on Male Sexuality
373
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376
References
388
Acknowledgments
403
Index
405
About the Author
415
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About the author (1999)

Zilbergeld received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Univesity of California, Berkeley.

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