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Recommended Reading for World Book Day

March 1st, 2007

Dr Petra

It’s World Book Day today, so here are a few of my favourites you may want to check out.

Guide to getting it on – Paul Joannides Frank and thoughtful sex guide.

Still doing it – Joani Blank
Interviews with seniors about their sex lives.

Dr Sprinkle’s Spectacular Sex – Annie Sprinkle Make over your sex life with Dr Sprinkle’s guide.

Exhibitionism for the shy: show off, dress up and talk hot – Carol Queen Advice on how you can identify what turns you on and communicate that to a partner.

The ethical slut: guide to infinite sexual possibilities – Dossie Easton and Catherine A Lizt Information on open, polyamorous and alternative relationships, that’s also useful for monogamous types too.

The bride wore leather and he looked fabulous – Drew Campbell Information on understanding alternative sexualities and modern-day etiquette.

Sex disasters and how to survive them – Charles Moser and Janet Hardy Packed with useful tips on everything from managing an unplanned pregnancy to what to do if your pet cat eats your condom.

The ultimate guide to sex and disability – Cory Silverberg, Mirium Kaufman and Fran Odette Help and advice for those with disabilities, or long term illness or chronic pain.

Anal pleasure and health: a guide for men and women – Jack Morin Information on safe and enjoyable anal sex.

Deal with it! A whole new approach to your body, brain and life as a gurl – Esther Drill, Heather McDonald and Rebecca Odes Life skills advice for younger women.

A hand in the bush: the fine art of vaginal fisting – Deborah Addington If nothing else this book goes on the list for the best title ever! It also helps those interested in fisting to do so safely and consensually.

Health Care Without Shame – Charles Moser
Fantastic information for healthcare workers and patients on how to get the best from your practitioner, whatever your sexual orientation or lifestyle.

Recently independent publishers have been finding life more difficult as this previous blog entry outlines (you can also find links to some of my favourite publishers here). Support your independent publisher by purchasing direct from them.

Happy reading!

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