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The Joy of Sex
by Alex Comfort

The ultimate guide to lovemaking

The uninhibited bestseller that has sold more than 8 million copies since its first publication in 1972 is now updated and revised for a new generation. As captivating and provocative as ever, and filled with illustrations, The Joy of Sex sparks the imagination with its playful, erotic, and exhilarating presentation. But most of all, it is the no-nonsense yet fun approach of Dr. Alex Comfort that speaks to anyone seeking to achieve greater sexual satisfaction — as he contends with every aspect of our sexual territory, including today’s most vital issues: AIDS and other venereal diseases, the practice of responsible sex, birth control, Viagra, menopause, and more.

Candid, inviting, and informative, this is the classic guide that’s never gone out of style, as decades of readers discover that nothing compares to the joy of sex.


Sex
by Nikol Hasler

The co-creator of the popular online Midwest Teen Sex Show brings us a hilarious, honest, and in-depth look at every teen’s favorite subject: sex. This isn’t your mother’s sex book: It’s punchy and unapologetic. At the same time, it teaches teens the practical ins and outs of being sexually active and, above all, how to stay safe.
With humorous illustrations by San Francisco Chronicle cartoon artist Michael Capozzola, this book features chapters on everything including: foreplay, different forms of sex (all of them!), masturbation, sexual orientation and gender identity, body issues, relationships, virginity, birth control, and protection against diseases. Modern teens are faced daily with making decisions about whether to have sex and how to protect themselves if they do, and they need an engaging and relatable resource for getting the right information. That’s what this book is about.

Diary of a Sex Addict
by Shalona L. Amos

Based on a true story. Synopsis: Tiffany Love is a sex addict that lives a secret life. Her friends and family all think of her as a normal, laid back girl who goes to school and attends church regularly. After being introduced to sexual acts and pornography at a young age, Tiffany starts masturbating to get that “good feeling.” Losing her virginity to a man she doesn’t even know, begins a downward spiral for Tiffany. Receiving the love that she needed from her mother as a child, Tiffany assumed things would be even better when her mother marries Vincent because she had never had a father figure in her life. She soon found that wasn’t the case. Vincent began to make Tiffany’s life a living hell and in the process takes the little love that she had already been receiving from her mother away. Her mother always believed that a woman should be submissive to her husband therefore she usually took Vincent’s side. Determined to find love, even if it means taking risks, living on the edge, and sleeping with whatever man or woman who would pay her any small amount of attention. Tiffany becomes so addicted to sex that she feels as though she needs it in order to survive. Will she be able to control her addiction? Will she ever be able to fill that void? Or will she destroy herself in the process? This book will touch you emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.

Future Sex
by Emily Witt

Emily Witt is single and in her thirties. She has slept with most of her male friends. Most of her male friends have slept with most of her female friends. Sexual promiscuity is the norm. But up until a few years ago, she still envisioned her sexual experience achieving a sense of finality, ‘like a monorail gliding to a stop at Epcot Center’. Like many people, she imagined herself disembarking, finding herself face-to-face with another human being, ‘and there we would remain in our permanent station in life: the future’.

But, as we all know, things are more complicated than that. Love is rare and frequently unreciprocated. Sexual acquisitiveness is risky and can be hurtful. And generalizing about what women want or don’t want or should want or should do seems to lead nowhere. Don’t our temperaments, our hang-ups, and our histories define our lives as much as our gender?

In Future Sex, Witt captures the experiences of going to bars alone, online dating, and hooking up with strangers. After moving to San Francisco, she decides to say yes to everything and to find her own path. From public health clinics to cafe conversations about ‘coregasms’, she observes the subcultures she encounters with awry sense of humour, capturing them in all their strangeness, ridiculousness, and beauty. The result is an open-minded, honest account of the contemporary pursuit of connection and pleasure, and an inspiring new model of female sexuality – open, forgiving, and unafraid.


Human Sexuality
by Vern L. Bullough, Bonnie Bullough, Alice M. Stein

Presents information on human sexuality that reflects a variety of viewpoints. Articles include a list of references where the interested reader can find additional information. Brief biographies of some of the more important sex researchers, educators, and therapists have been included.

Sex and Society
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The meaning of sex and sexuality becomes increasingly important over the course of human development. This is a comprehensive guide to current knowledge and expert analysis of sex and sexuality.

Girls & Sex
by Peggy Orenstein

A generation gap has emerged between parents and their daughters. Mothers and fathers have little idea about the pressures and expectations they face or how they feel about them.

Drawing on in-depth interviews with young women and a wide range of psychologists and experts, renowned journalist and bestselling author Peggy Orenstein goes where most others fear to tread, pulling back the curtain on the hidden truths and hard lessons of girls’ sex lives in the modern world.


Sex Matters
by Osho

One of the greatest spiritual thinkers of the twentieth century explores the physical and emotional intimacies of men and women in Sex Matters: Sex to Superconsciousness.

Sex matters to us all. The Osho approach to sex begins with an understanding of how important love is in our lives, while at the same time acknowledges that the journey into love cannot exclude our innate biological energies. With this perspective, it becomes clear that the tendency for religions, and for society in general, to associate sex with sin and morality has been a great misfortune.

Sex Matters begins by deconstructing the layers of sexual repression that the condemnation of sex has inflicted on humans. Throughout the book—in response to questions about everything from jealousy to premature ejaculation, the role of intimacy and the differences between men and women—Osho proposes a vision that embraces sex as a fundamental gift from nature. We learn how orgasm offers a glimpse of timelessness, thoughtlessness, and pure awareness—biology’s way of pointing toward the consciousness that helps us to understand ourselves.

Finally, we are presented with a clear choice: a repressed sexuality that leads to pornography, perversion, and a stunted humanity or a playful, respectful, and relaxed innocence that supports us in becoming fulfilled and whole, as nature intended.

Osho challenges readers to examine and break free of the conditioned belief systems and prejudices that limit their capacity to enjoy life in all its richness. He has been described by the Sunday Times of London as one of the “1000 Makers of the 20th Century” and by Sunday Mid-Day (India) as one of the ten people—along with Gandhi, Nehru, and Buddha—who have changed the destiny of India. Since his death in 1990, the influence of his teachings continues to expand, reaching seekers of all ages in virtually every country of the world.


The Psychophysiology of Sex
by Erick Janssen

Although sexual psychophysiology has made great strides over the past few decades, the progress made has not been accompanied by much effort to integrate research findings or to stimulate methodological and theoretical discussions among researchers. Yet this new research area has the potential to make substantial contributions to understanding a wide range of phenomena, including the spread of HIV/STIs, sexual “addiction” or compulsivity, the use (or nonuse) of birth-control methods, sexual infidelity, and aggressive sexual behaviors. Psychophysiological methods can assist in the exploration of the underlying psychological, physiological, and affective processes, and, perhaps more importantly, how they interact. In this volume, editor Erick Janssen brings together wide-ranging essays written by an authoritative group of researchers, representing the cutting edge of sexual psychophysiology.


Rx Sex
by Barbara Keesling

In this warm and insightful book (formerly titled Sexual Healing), Barbara Keesling describes the many benefits of a healthy sex life, teaches readers how to recognize a healing partner, and demonstrates how to introduce sexual healing into a relationship at any stage. Packed with intimate exercises that can be practiced with a partner or alone, the book eases performance pressure and encourages readers to explore how touch and arousal can improve all areas of life.


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