Hot Sex: How to Do It
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Hot Sex: How to Do It

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The ultimate bedside companion--packed with erotic yet practical tips for men and women

Practical, down-to-earth, explicit and fun, Hot Sex is the must-have sex and relationships book for every man and woman.

It's perfect bedtime reading for two, an easy-to-follow handbook that cuts straight to the nitty-gritty to deliver candid advice with a healthy dose of humor. Packed wi...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published May 4th 1999 by Bantam (first published February 4th 1999)
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Amanda Seats
This is a good book if you need some pointers in the bedroom, as well as if you have sexual related questions that you're too embarrassed to ask your peers or a doctor about.

With discussions ranging from masturbation, fetishes, STDs, homosexual issues, and sexual abuse, this book has a little bit of everything.

A good introduction into many sexual related issues.
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Part how-to guide, part self-help guide. It will definitely give you a pick-me-up when you're feeling like you dont have "it" anymore.
I think it's really awesome that masturbation is the topic of this book's first chapter. Really, how can anyone be a good lover if they don't know anything about masturbation?

I also like that the book is written in accessible, easy to understand, down-to-earth language. The author comes across as a savvy and fun big sister or older cousin ready to demystify sex.

I also really like the words from real people scattered throughout the book. These snippets allow many voices to be heard.

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I got this book WAAY back when I was still figuring out how the birds and the bees did their business. I remember sitting in my room reading it out loud with my boyfiend. Haha. Practical but really not exciting for the non-virgin.
As a sex educator I found this book fantastic! I recommend grabbing a highlighter and giving your partner a different color and both highlighting what interests each of you. Great for conversation and to add some new spark to the relationship
Jan 06, 2014 Mooorthy4ku marked it as to-read
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Wise Fool
Easy reading & fun!
It may contain basic information & logical things, but with her humour & afew golden nuggets of information, it is worth leaving around & picking up for a light read.
The first third of the book deals with technique. The middle section discusses STIs. The final third deals with relationships, which I found to be the most interesting.
Julie Leggett
eh, i got this book for free...i don't remember where. it was more like boring sex; i couldn't even reach the climax. needless to say, i didn't finish the book.
David Chittenden
This book is full of good, practical advice which is easy to read. I regularly assign it to my sex therapy clients.
My friends and I read this in high school. And no, I don't think it's a coincidence that her last name is "Cox"
sam kim
i won this book at a white elephant type christmas party. i must say, it makes excellent bathroom reading.
This books teach me the things about sex that i need to know.
Jaime Boswell
Hot Sex: How to Do It.

Simple: Just do it.
Haha...look what I found.
Lo leí para un taller de sexualidad que hice en el postgrado, pero no es un libro de texto, sino un manual de sexualidad en un lenguaje ameno y divertido, MUY GRAFICO Y SIMPLE. Ojalá lo hubiera tenido a mano cuando era adolescente, pero siempre viene bien. Se los recomiendo.
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amy 1 2 Mar 06, 2012 06:00PM  
Tracey Cox (born 1961, Exeter, Devon, England) is a non fiction author who specializes in books on dating, sex and relationships. She is the author of many best selling titles.
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