The Encyclopedia of Unusual Sex Practices

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Abacus, 2002 - Sex - 592 pages
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Filled with more astonishing facts than most people could ever have imagined, the ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UNUSUAL SEX PRACTICES presents a unique guide to human sexual expression, from the mildly kinky to the truly bizarre.
From Acrophilia (being sexually aroused by heights) to Zelophilia (being aroused by jealousy) via such arcane pursuits as furtling, nasophilia and felching, the ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UNUSUAL SEX PRACTICES contains information sometimes repellent, sometimes stimulating - but always absolutely fascinating.

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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

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About the author (2002)

Brenda Love is a counselor & member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality & the American Association of Sex Educators, Councelors & Therapists. She spent 4 yrs researching & writing this book, which is used by physicians, phychologists & sexologists around the world..

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