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Beschreibung des Verlags
No matter what your age, culture, sexual orientation, or gender, a satisfying sexual relationship is a valued and important aspect of your quality of life. However, research shows that Americans are not having the best sex that we can have. Unrealistic expectations paired with a general inability or discomfort with talking about sex contributes to this “lack of good sex.” According to one recent survey, almost 95% of Americans have difficulty when it comes to talking about “what I want sexually” especially if they are talking directly to their sexual partner.
In this tantalizing and technical guide, “Sexpert” Jane Bogart helps readers understand their own preferences and desires by allowing them to explore their own sexual history and helping them define where they’d like to go in the future. She helps readers figure out how much they really know and don’t know about sex to begin with, teaches them how to get in touch with their sensual side and how to communicate their desires to their sexual partners.
With testimonies from all different kinds of people, old and young, this books explores what turns people on, what turns people off, and more importantly, what turns you on and off and why. Naughty, fun, and infallible, it’s fit for all ages, whether you’re a seasoned pro, or new to the game.
This guide will not transform the reader into a "physically programmed sex god/goddess/robot," writes self-proclaimed "sexpert" Jane Bogart, nor will it reveal the secrets to achieving the ultimate orgasm. Rather, the author helps readers delve into their personal histories to discover what turns them on (and off) and how to communicate these revelations to a partner. Bogart, a lecturer and professor, employs worksheets, charts, quizzes and checklists as prompts for readers to reflect on past sexual experiences and to describe what worked and what didn't; these self-assessment questions range from "Describe your first kissing experience" to selecting a response that best describes the reader's views on group sex, role-playing and watching pornography. Bogart dishes advice alongside whimsical illustrations depicting body parts and techniques (such as "Using a dental dam") and testimonials from individuals of all ages, genders and sexual orientations. It's clear from chapter titles such as "A Penile Pilgrimage" and "Voyage to the Land of Vulvas and Vaginas" that Bogart considers sex a journey, rather than something to be conquered or achieved, and this book is a viable road map for curious explorers in search of uncharted sexual terrain.