Books For Sexy Time
You’re in college so chances are you read books, unless you’re a communications major, in which case I hope you have fun flipping burgers after graduation. There’s also a good chance you’re having the sex, unless you go to BYU, in which case I would spend the energy you’re not using thrusting and moaning to get yourself out of Utah.
But if you do enjoy reading books and you like a good bone, have you ever considered…reading books about sex? It’s a pretty crazy idea, I know. But sometimes Cosmopolitan just isn’t saucy enough, not to mention all the sex tips are always the same and your philosophy book is hurting your brain.
That’s where these books come in. Read them, love them, but don’t make love to them. That’s just weird…unless you live in Washington (the only state to allow bestiality) than it’s really not all that strange considering….just watch out for paper cuts. Ouch.
Just because this isn’t Stephen Hawking it doesn’t mean you won’t learn a thing or two about getting down and getting off. This book is candid, and I mean a really candid guide to the bedroom. This little baby has everything you could ever want including masturbation, foreplay, anal sex, oral sex, and even a dash of BDSM for those of you who like it rough. This book is especially sweet because there’s an entire chapter on safe sex and sexual fitness (kegels anyone?) If you can only get one book on sex, buy this one! If you are obsessed with this read, try this.
2) How to Seduce a Man and Keep Him Seduced. by Laurie Sue Brockway
Let’s face it, sometimes we all need a little help when it comes to snaring that hottie you’ve had your eye on since fall term. This book is designed to bring out the goddess in every woman with a unique, non-manipulative approach that shows ladies how to combine their irresistible feminine wiles with their own personalities (come on, you don’t want to be some sort of sexy fembot do you?). Don’t be fooled by the title; this ain’t yer mother’s bedside sex manual, but a fascinating and — dare I say — scholarly approach to the art of seduction. A fine, and fun, book. I wonder if the bend and snap is in here….? If you heart this book, you might want to try this one too.
3) The Fine Art of Erotic Talk by Bonnie Gabriel
I can attest that phone sex is a lot harder than it looks. I tried it for the first time last night and let me tell you, I was more than a little tongue-tied. Good thing I’m good at moaning or else it would have been a complete disaster. So you if you want to learn how to talk dirty in the sack, tease your guy over the phone, or even send a little sex text, you should grab your favorite highlighter and pick up this book. If you want to make like Doublemint gum (double your pleasure, double your fun) then get Dirty Talk too.
4) Burlesque and the Art of Teese by Dita Von Teese
This is more of a coffee table sex book than a manual, but this is a great read—lots of stunning photos with clever tips and stories about everything from stripping (oh my) to fetish dressing.