The new good vibrations guide to sex: how to have safe, fun sex
More tips and techniques from the folks who run America's favorite sex-toy store
-- Includes information on the latest sex toys and supplies, as well as a new section on "high-tech" sex
The New Good Vibrations Guide to Sex updates the best-selling sex manual originally published by Cleis Press in 1994. Like the original, this edition offers advice, instruction, definitions illustrations, anecdotes, and validation for a variety of sexual interests and activities -- courtesy of two women who have been asked a lot of questions about sex!
This guide is a compendium of in-depth answers to the top questions about toys and techniques asked by customers at Good Vibrations, the "clean well-lighted place" to shop for sex toys, books, and videos, a cherished San Francisco Bay Area institution.
It's a sex book for all readers -- gay, straight, bisexual, young, old, novice, old-timer, single, partnered, multi-partnered, pregnant, disabled, transgendered as well as the terminally hip and sexually jaded.
This new edition features the latest information on where and how to buy sex toys and accessories, and how to access the new "high-tech" sex media, including CD-ROMs, online services, and sex on the Net. The authors have revised the extensive guide to sexual resources and their bibliography and videography of erotica. All discussion of safer sex has been revised to reflect new research conducted since 1994. Illustrations, including depictions of older couples and non-white couples, round out the book.
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