Em & Lo's Rec Sex: An A-Z Guide to Hooking Up

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Chronicle Books, Jul 20, 2006 - Self-Help - 192 pages
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The lovely sex advisors of Nerve.com are back! Amassing knowledge from years of counseling the sexually curious and courageous, Em and Lo now offer this essential guide to playing the field. With over 350 hilarious alphabetically listed entries and saucy illustrations, Em & Lo's Rec Sex covers all the bases of free loveB is for booty call, E is for equal opportunity objectification, F is for friends with benefits, S is for STDs, Z is for... (well, no, that would give away the ending). At long last, here are answers to age old questions like, How do I know whether I'm dating or just hooking up? What's the difference between comfort sex and a mercy fuck? Would a true wingman ever engage in cockblocking? When does a booty call become an umfriend? And most importantly, can you do-over a play-d'oh? Em and Lo define the terms, classify the information, and generally shed light on all the naughty things you do. Armed with Em & Lo's Rec Sex you'll never again have to ponder: If I improve my playdar, can a cuddle party lead to some dry humping?

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Em & Lo, more formally know as Emma Taylor and Lorelei Sharkey, are also the authors of The Big Bang, Nerve's Guide to Sex Etiquette, and Position of the Day. They contribute to numerous publications, including New York magazine, Glamour, and Men's Health, and they publish a regular advice column and weekly horoscopes on their Web site, EmandLo.com. They both live in New York.

Em & Lo, more formally know as Emma Taylor and Lorelei Sharkey, are also the authors of The Big Bang, Nerve's Guide to Sex Etiquette, and Position of the Day. They contribute to numerous publications, including New York magazine, Glamour, and Men's Health, and they publish a regular advice column and weekly horoscopes on their Web site, EmandLo.com. They both live in New York.

Arthur Mount is an illustrator living in Portland, Oregon. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Dwell, Wallpaper, Fortune, Sunset, GQ, and the New York Times.

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