Sex Positions for Every Body: From Kama Sutra's Clasping Position to the Weightless Doggie
Do you want to have an orgasm? Of course! But if you look a bit deeper you'll probably find that you want more than that, too. For most people, "the orgasm" is not their primary motive for having sex, and it isn't the number one reason for reading a book about sex either. Instead, those reasons might sound more like this: I want to improve my sex skills; I'm interested in new techniques and positions; I'm curious about other kinds of sex but don't know where to start; or I want to show greater affection for someone by adding some spice to our sex.
In Sex Positions for Every Body, nationally recognized sexologist Dr. Jill McDevitt presents a welcoming, non-judgmental guide to playful sex positions—pulling the covers off the confusion, giving foreplay a face-lift, and empowering you to discover satisfying, confident sex. Whether you're a bit mystified by sex and seeking an honest guide, or eager to spice things up, Sex Positions for Every Body is the fun and frank guide to finding the sex positions that feel right for you, whatever body you are in.
Fighting the Crusade Against Sex: Being Sex-Positive in a Sex-Negative World
Take an attractive young blonde, a sex shop, a political candidate...add a Catholic church, and you have the recipe for a riveting controversy that riddled a wealthy Philadelphia suburb and divided a community.
Follow the quandaries of Jill McDevitt, a determined recent college graduate with a degree in sexuality and a love of pushing the envelope. After opening a sex shop and education center with a focus on female pleasure at just 21 years old, Jill and her shop, Feminique Boutique quickly become the center of a firestorm in conservative West Chester, Pennsylvania. When the pastor of a neighboring Catholic parish, a Republican candidate for State Representative, and town officials fight to shut the boutique down, the townspeople revolt in a sexy, modern day version of David and Goliath.
Part memoir, part social commentary, Jill reflects on a series of romantic relationships that sparked her interest in sexuality while contending with insulting catcalls from parishioners, navigating a legal battle, and managing an unexpected local media craze and the ensuing cause célèbre. Fighting the Crusade Against Sex is a compelling story that exposes our culture's archaic shame of sexuality, the dangerous ability of the self-righteous to control the law, and the power of the American entrepreneurial spirit.