How to Behave: Dating and Sex [EPUB]

How to Behave: Dating and Sex [EPUB]
How to Behave: Dating and Sex: A Guide to Modern Manners for the Socially Challenged by Caroline Tiger, Dan Sipple
2006 | EPUB | 3.13MB

Mind your manners!

Is it ever okay to "embellish" your online profile? What's the best way to deal with close-talkers? How can you handle a date who shows too much PDA? Discover the answers to these and other burning questions in Caroline Tiger's guide to modern love, How to Behave: Dating and Sex. You'll learn the proper etiquette for:

  • Disarming the over-toucher
  • Ditching your date with aplomb
  • Accepting rejection gracefully
  • Doing the wet spot tango
  • Avoiding scratchy stubble face-burn
  • Negotiating "ex sex"

With more than 60 scenarios that run the gamut from flirting to first date etiquette to oral sex, this refreshingly new take on social manners deals with the real-life etiquette questions everyone wonders about . . . but has been afraid to ask.

The Trouble with Nature: Sex in Science and Popular Culture [EPUB]

The Trouble with Nature: Sex in Science and Popular Culture [EPUB]
The Trouble with Nature: Sex in Science and Popular Culture by Roger N Lancaster
2003 | EPUB | 3.13MB

Roger N. Lancaster provides the definitive rebuttal of evolutionary just-so stories about men, women, and the nature of desire in this spirited exposé of the heterosexual fables that pervade popular culture, from prime-time sitcoms to scientific theories about the so-called gay gene. Lancaster links the recent resurgence of biological explanations for gender norms, sexual desires, and human nature in general with the current pitched battles over sexual politics. Ideas about a "hardwired" and immutable human nature are circulating at a pivotal moment in human history, he argues, one in which dramatic changes in gender roles and an unprecedented normalization of lesbian and gay relationships are challenging received notions and commonly held convictions on every front.

The Trouble with Nature takes on major media sources—the New York Times, Newsweek—and widely ballyhooed scientific studies and ideas to show how journalists, scientists, and others invoke the rhetoric of science to support political positions in the absence of any real evidence. Lancaster also provides a novel and dramatic analysis of the social, historical, and political backdrop for changing discourses on "nature," including an incisive critique of the failures of queer theory to understand the social conflicts of the moment. By showing how reductivist explanations for sexual orientation lean on essentialist ideas about gender, Lancaster invites us to think more deeply and creatively about human acts and social relations.

Come as You Are [EPUB]

Come as You Are [EPUB]
Come as You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life by Emily Nagoski
2015 | EPUB | 5.12MB

An essential exploration of why and how women’s sexuality works—based on groundbreaking research and brain science—that will radically transform your sex life into one filled with confidence and joy.

Researchers have spent the last decade trying to develop a “pink pill” for women to function like Viagra does for men. So where is it? Well, for reasons this book makes crystal clear, that pill will never exist—but as a result of the research that’s gone into it, scientists in the last few years have learned more about how women’s sexuality works than we ever thought possible, and Come as You Are explains it all.

The first lesson in this essential, transformative book by Dr. Emily Nagoski is that every woman has her own unique sexuality, like a fingerprint, and that women vary more than men in our anatomy, our sexual response mechanisms, and the way our bodies respond to the sexual world. So we never need to judge ourselves based on others’ experiences. Because women vary, and that’s normal.

Second lesson: sex happens in a context. And all the complications of everyday life influence the context surrounding a woman’s arousal, desire, and orgasm.

Cutting-edge research across multiple disciplines tells us that the most important factor for women in creating and sustaining a fulfilling sex life, is not what you do in bed or how you do it, but how you feel about it. Which means that stress, mood, trust, and body image are not peripheral factors in a woman’s sexual wellbeing; they are central to it. Once you understand these factors, and how to influence them, you can create for yourself better sex and more profound pleasure than you ever thought possible.

And Emily Nagoski can prove it.

pages: 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025
*10: 010 020 030 040 050 060 070 080 090 100
*100: 100