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In this comprehensive sex manual, Castleman, a sex educator, counselor and journalist specializing in men's sexuality, leads readers through the pleasures and pitfalls of heterosexual copulation and its accoutrements. Illustrated with artful charcoal drawings and peppered with bon mots like "great sex is a combination of friction and fantasy," the book breezily covers a wide swath of the sexual arena, everything from the perennial libido crusher, male impotence, to questions of hygiene, like female douching. The author doesn't really reveal any new "secret principles." The Q&A section, for example, covers the same topics that most on-air sex therapists have been discussing since the sixties: e.g. "During sex with my girlfriend/wife, I have fantasies of other women. Is that okay?" and "Is it okay to masturbate as much as I do?" Still, Castleman does arrange and clearly present a wealth of information-from descriptions of the sexual positions that are most likely to bring a woman to orgasm to a careful discussion of how couples can regain intimacy in the wake a sexual trauma, such as abuse, rape or stalking. Combined with the author's calm, practical tone, such breadth is likely to win him many readers. 25 b/w illustrations.
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“Every man who cares about making a woman happy in bed should read Michael Castleman's Great Sex--not only for its authoritative information, but because it actually answers the question: What do women want?” ―Karen Croft, sex editor of Salon magazine (www.salon.com)
“After reading Great Sex, all I can say is: His wife is one lucky woman.” ―Betty Dodson, Ph.D., sexologist and author of Sex for One and Orgasms for Two
“Michael Castleman is a regular guy who speaks men's language and explains clearly and persuasively why slow, sensual sex is the key to both men's and women's erotic pleasure. Every man who wants to be a great lover should read Great Sex. And every woman who wants more satisfying sex should buy it for the man she loves.” ―Michael Jonas, co-developer of the sensual couple games An Enchanting Evening and SexSational, and co-author of The Book of Love, Laughter, and Romance
“Castleman will teach you how to rock a woman"s world while getting exactly what you want in the process.” ―Nicole Beland, Men's Health magazine columnist and author of Ask the Men's Health Girl Next Door
“Men and women will thank Michael Castleman for his advice to toss the porn and pick up a bottle of massage oil. Castleman provides men with the tools to discover truly great sex--and he gives women a reason to celebrate!” ―Anne Semans, co-author of The Good Vibrations Guide to SexSee all Product Description
"Great sex" is great! It shows you a lot of what you need to know to have great sex. Buy it, it's worth it.Published on Feb. 23 2013 by Roger Q Thanh
Being a woman I can honestly say "Every man should own this book"! Ladies, do yourself a favor and go get this book for you husbands, boyfriends, etc. Read morePublished on June 3 2004
Michael, I thought the book was excellent. The promise of so many sex books is a little like the promotions of programs on how to be a great real estate investor: mostly promise... Read morePublished on June 2 2004 by Robert W. Croskery
I am a healthy, happily married and successful 47 year old civil engineer whose SEX LIFE JUST GOT ALOT BETTER!!! Mastery of physics, structural math, hydraulics etc. Read morePublished on June 2 2004 by Miranda
This is a wonderful book about sex. It celebrates sexual pleasure and sensuality. It isn't just about performance and technique. Read morePublished on May 30 2004 by Ms. VEB
I think this book is a great book!...you will become an excellent lover!...though it migth seem obviouse to the reader below... Read morePublished on May 30 2004 by S.S
This book could have been better but was still full of good, useful information. The author repeats paragraphs verbatim SEVERAL times throughout the book which I found really... Read morePublished on May 29 2004