The Latina Kama Sutra

Author: Charley Ferrer
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780977006304
Format: PDF
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The Latina Kama Sutra is the first book geared specifically for the Latino community on sexuality taking into consideration our unique culture, religion, and machismo. However, it is a great how-to sex manual and sensual quide for any man or woman regardless of ethnicity.

Sex For Dummies

Author: Ruth K. Westheimer
Publisher: For Dummies
ISBN: 0470116773
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Try new sexual positions The bestselling guide to a rewarding sex life and a deeper relationship Looking for the straight facts on sex? In this friendly, authoritative guide, renowned sex therapist Dr. Ruth gives you the latest on everything from oral sex and popular positions to new methods of birth control. She also debunks sex myths and covers new therapies to manage low libido, overcome sexual dysfunction, and enhance pleasure. Praise for Dr. Ruth and Sex For Dummies "Her energy level is higher than that of a charged particle." –People Magazine "Dr. Ruth writes the way she talks – enthusiastically, nonjudgmentally, and informatively. . . ." –Booklist "Her name and the distinctive thrill of her voice have become inextricably linked with the subject of sex." –New York Times Discover how to Enjoy the first time Enhance foreplay and afterplay with your partner Avoid STDs and have safer sex Discuss sex with your kids Navigate cybersex

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Author: Pere Estupinyà
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319317261
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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You have in your hands the most rigorous, complete and readable book ever written about the fascinating science of human sexuality. This book goes beyond the well-worn sexual education advice and the usual evolutionist psychology. After The Brain Snatcher, Pere Estupinyà comes back with the first popular science book on sex aimed at a wide audience. While there are some tips for the more adventurous, there is also a wealth of new information to be discovered. Distancing himself from the many books on advice or techniques, Estupinyà brings sex to another dimension by combining popular beliefs and science. Do you want proof that our decision-making in the “heat of the moment” is less rational than we think? Did you know that mind and vagina each go their own way? Are you interested in learning about the effects of yoga on sexual pleasure? Did you know about the attempts in the 60s to “cure” homosexuals with electric shock therapy, the chemical analysis of female ejaculation, or the fundamental relationship between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system? The author has spoken directly with asexual and intersexual individuals, fetishists, multi-orgasmic women, women who never have orgasms through penetration, and men who have no refractory period. He has also participated in sadomasochistic events; learned tantric techniques with a couple of coaches, spoken with porn performers at Barcelona’s Bagdad, and attended workshops in which a woman teaches how to have orgasms with your mind and breathing. The result is an incredible miscellany of information that appeals to both the scientific community and the curious.

Loving Relationships

Author: Sondra Ray
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Argues that human relations can be improved by changing one's thoughts, reexperiencing one's birth to heal its trauma, and learning to master one's body, achieving physical immortality.

Sexually Aggressive Women

Author: Peter B. Anderson
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 9781572301658
Format: PDF
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Working from a range of theoretical perspectives, contributors to this text challenge prevailing stereotypes of women as passive or resistant participants in heterosexual interaction and men as initiators or aggressors. Like men, the book proposes, many women are clearly interested in sex and some are sexually aggressive. Bringing attention to ethical, political and conceptual questions surrounding this area of inquiry, the volume offers insights that seek to enhance clinical work and set directions for future research. It should be of interest to all scholars and students of psychology, sociology, human sexuality, and gender studies as well as mental health professionals in a range of settings.

New Sex Therapy

Author: Helen Singer Kaplan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135821364
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First published in 1975. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Sexual Self

Author: Michael S. Kimmel
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press
ISBN: 9780826515599
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Gay Cuban Nation

Author: Emilio Bejel
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226041743
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With Gay Cuban Nation, Emilio Bejel looks at Cuba's markedly homoerotic culture through writings about homosexuality, placing them in the social and political contexts that led up to the Cuban Revolution. By reading against the grain of a wide variety of novels, short stories, autobiographies, newspaper articles, and films, Bejel maps out a fascinating argument about the way in which different attitudes toward power and nationalism struggle for an authoritative stance on homosexual issues. Through close readings of writers such as José Martí, Alfonso Hernández-Catá, Carlos Montenegro, José Lezama Lima, Leonardo Padura Fuentes, and Reinaldo Arenas, whose heartbreaking autobiography, Before Night Falls, has enjoyed renewed popularity, Gay Cuban Nation shows that the category of homosexuality is always lurking, ghostlike, in the shadows of nationalist discourse. The book stakes out Cuba's sexual battlefield, and will challenge the homophobia of both Castro's revolutionaries and Cuban exiles in the States.

Disorders of Desire

Author: Janice M. Irvine
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 9781592131518
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Disorders of Desireis the only book to tell the story of the development and impact of sexology - the scientific study of sex - in the United States. In this era of sex scandals, culture wars, "Sex in the City," and new sexual enhancement technologiies (like erectile dysfunction drugs), its critique of sexology is even more relevant than it was when the book was first published in 1990. Revised throughout, this new edition features a chapter on the invention of the diagnosis of "sex addiction" in the 1970s, examining the social and political implications of this "disorder." The new Afterward focuses on recent developments within the field of sexology. In particular, it discusses the "Viagra Revolution" that began in the 1990s, analyzing the role of the pharmaceutical industry in developing sexual enhancements and in searching for the female equivalent of Viagra.