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Female Sexuality and a Book Review on Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
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Obviously, there are a lot of ways to get better at sex—although nothing replaces communicating honestly with your partner—but one way to learn without having to sit through a conversation with anyone is to do some good old fashioned research. With a book! This is always my first recommendation for any guy who has found female sexuality a mystery, because it gives very specific, useful tips for the female anatomy. Trust me, reading this book will definitely change how you view sex and brush you up on your cliteracy. It may inspire guys to ask, What are you thinking about… and prepare them for the fact that the female sexual imagination is a force to be reckoned with. Ask me to pick one is like asking me to pick a favorite puppy out of a sea of a thousand puppies, but I always recommend Tessa Bailey to guys who want to up their dirty talk game. Her latest is Fix Her Up.
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My Secret Garden
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It goes beyond the standard topics found in many books and seriously integrates social psychological research and theory on human sexuality. This book is just the type of serious treatment of psychological aspects of human sexuality that I have been seeking for some time for my course. Human Sexuality: Personality and Social Psychological Perspectives presents the topics typically covered in human sexuality courses, rooting the presentation in a strong psychological perspective. Author Craig Hill focuses on personality and social psychological theory to provide students with a conceptual understanding of the psychological factors involved in sexuality, and he encourages students to build upon that foundation by challenging them to think critically about the material in various ways. He also emphasizes the scientific investigation of sexuality, offering a solid review of the research literature. This is an excellent core text for both undergraduate and graduate courses on Human Sexuality particulary those offered in departments of psychology. Should you need additional information or have questions regarding the HEOA information provided for this title, including what is new to this edition, please email sageheoa sagepub.