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on June 8, 2004
If it seems like many of the reviews here sound like marketing copy or written by the author himself, they probably are. I was concerned when I noticed that these reviews simply repeated the book's jacket and text, and like the book itself, they are full of hype and hot air. Nothing new to learn here, no adventurous tips or tricks. Just a lot of empty rhetoric, missed information and oversimplification of a woman's sexuality. The "dumbing-down" for a male auduence makes it particularly tough to swallow.
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on December 10, 2010
Unless you are a complete woman pleasuring novice, this book is not for you. My first problem with this book is that he writes as if his audience was women. Ian's outlook on sex is skewed. I realize that we can all use a reminder to be more caring and understanding, but if he had his way we'd all be going down on our women and that would be it. I love going down on my wife and always do during sex, but there is more to it than that. Ian has a very woman-centric view of sex which immediately turned me off as I believe balance is important; there are two people involved in love making. I read the book cover to cover, hoping that there might be a pearl of wisdom hidden somewhere. I didn't find it. I could go on and on about how useless this book is and the various ideas he presents, but you get the point. This book is a waste of time for anyone who has an inkling as to how to please a woman.
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on June 4, 2004
Viagra recently gave up on trying to develop for women, concluding the female brain is the real (...) organ for women. It is far better inside a woman's mind, then it is with men, for many intelligent, thinking women. Since this book doesn't address what Viagra itself acknowledged, I give it one star.
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on March 7, 2007
This is yet another in the long line of books encouraging the sick 'n twisted self-denial inculcated in present day males by a society that, far from being patriarchal, is so riddled with misandry that the Word program even denies that 'misandry' is a word. The title says it all, guys, put yourself second YET AGAIN. This book will give any male who has not been ground down by the overwhelming societal requirement that we learn to be 'sensitive' the creeps. 'Sensitivity', by which is universally meant denial of our right to put our own needs on a par with a woman's, is just another tool to deny men the space to be men. And any guy who needs to be told the schoolyard 'techniques' in this book in order to please a woman is too pathetic to deserve to have sex in the first place. Before buying this book, a guy should ask himself: Is it even conceivable that I will ever see a title like 'He Comes First'? Since the only possible true answer is a resounding 'No', instead of reading this book, grunt, roll over, and go to sleep.
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