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Sex Disasters: And How to Survive Them

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Some sex disasters make you laugh. Some make you cringe. Some send you running for help.

And here's the place to learn about all of them: the jammed handcuff, the short-circuited vibrator, the cop peering in your car window, a date who won't take no for an answer. Plus a sprinkling of Extremely Complicated Instructions for Simple Stuff: How to Shave Your Genitals; Getting
Paperback, First Edition, 185 pages
Published March 1st 2002 by Greenery Press
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I finished this up quickly once I started it. It's a fast read but it really does have a lot of useful information. The authors present plausible situations and give advice without making any judgements at all (unless the question involves something horrible like rape). They also write in a style friendly to all sexual orientations; the assumption isn't always that people are engaging in heterosexual activity.
Beauty's Punishment
I paged through and read different chapters. This is more like a how to book for my
(23)year old son, who has not got out in the world yet. For me, it is common sense,
and I might give it to my son instead. The only bonus for me with this book is, that I
got to meet the author and have it signed when I bought it.
Claire Litton
Dec 05, 2007 Claire Litton rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: those in mid-disaster
I love Janet Hardy anyway, but this book is incredibly useful and has cute little illustrations. They've thought of any possible sex-related catastrophe that could happen and then told you how to solve it in solid, slightly humorous language.
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