Exhibitionism for the Shy: Show Off, Dress Up, and Talk Hot

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Down There Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Self-Help - 241 pages
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Down There Press authors have been answering that question for twenty-five years! From Joani Blank's Good Vibrations "RM" bringing to light the sexual potential of "personal massagers", to Jack Morin's still the-only-one-of-its-kind Anal Pleasure & Health, to Susie Bright's genre-launching Herotica "RM", San Francisco's oldest publisher of award-winning sex-positive books has been breaking boundaries to delight and entertain its readers.

Founded in 1975, Down There Press is the nation's first independent publisher devoted exclusively to publishing sexual health books. Founder and Publisher Emerita Joani Blank, then working as a sex educator and counselor, started writing her own books about sexuality at her clients' and other therapists' behest.

The press currently has a list of eighteen sexual self-awareness titles, including innovative and practical non-fiction with non-judgmental techniques for strengthening sexual communication. Down There Press also publishes lively literary and photographic erotica.

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User Review  - Shmuel510 - LibraryThing

This isn't bad. I'm a bit... uncomfortable? Unconvinced? Uncertain? about Queen's advocacy of naming and developing different sexual personae for different situations. I can see how it could work, but ... Read full review

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User Review  - noir_girl - LibraryThing

This book is written in Queen's usual casually witty and informative style. There is lots of information for how to be more comfortable being outgoing about sex. Queen's suggestions are helpful and ... Read full review

Contents

How I Became Bold
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Living In and Learning From A Diverse Sexual World
10
Information Communication Creativity
12
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Carol Queen is a journalist, speaker, and activist who organized one of the first gay youth clubs in America. Bi any Other Name, Leatherwoman, and Bisexual Women Speak Out are among the anthologies that Queen's work has appeared in. She is a columnist for the East Bay Express, and her articles can also be read in such magazines as Penthouse, On Our Backs, and Libido. Queen's books include Real Live Nude Girl: Chronicles of a Sex-Positive Culture, The Leather Daddy, and the Femme.

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