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How to Regain Your Virginity-- And 99 Other Recent Discoveries about Sex: And Ninety Nine Other Recent Discoveries about Sex

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Revealing 100 recent discoveries, this invaluable paperback is the first book to clear up every confusion that men and women have about sex. A must for anyone seeking a new understanding of organs, babies, pleasure, dating, and the opposite sex. Expands the limits of sexology. -- People.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 1st 1983 by Workman Publishing (first published 1983)
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A silly book that's intended to be outrageous. A few of the pieces actually are very funny, but without the pictures that accompany each piece of "advice" the pieces themselves wouldn't be all that humorous. Still, a fun read for a bored person with a sense of (sometimes naughty) humor.
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Hilarious and ridiculous. My friend brought this home from the thrift store as a joke and it is now a staple of our coffee table.
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