Sex Yourself

Carlyle Jansen
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The woman's guide to mastering masturbation and achieving powerful orgasms.

Practice makes perfect! Everyone knows sex in a long-term relationship can get stale sometimes. But isn't the same true for masturbation? Just like a familiar sexual relationship, where you fall into a pattern using the same moves and positions, masturbation can become routine and frankly boring. Just because you're only getting yourself off doesn't mean you don't deserve an exciting, satisfying experience.

Sex Yourself teaches women how to reach orgasm and how to have better orgasms by themselves. Learn how the amazing orgasms you have alone can be re-created with a partner, helping to enhance your sexual relationships. Try new techniques and accessories to have mind-blowing orgasms in brand new ways. Sex-positive authors Lisa Bucher and Carlysle Johnson provide a modern look at masturbation, self love and orgasm, and features fun yet informative full-color illustrations throughout.

Author bio:

Carlyle Jansen is the founder of Good For Her, Toronto's premiere sexuality shop and workshop center, and producer of the annual Feminist Porn Awards. Carlyle has been teaching workshops and coaching individuals and couples looking to enhance their sexual lives since 1995. Passionate about education for everyone, her teaching audience ranges from sexual health professionals and sex therapists to youth and parents, TV audiences as well as informal groups of folks looking to fun ways to improve their sexual experiences. She is a regular contributor to Tonic Magazine and has been featured on Discovery Channel, Women's Television Network, Toronto Star, Maclean's Magazine, Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette, CBC, and many television stations and documentaries.

Category: Health/Fitness
ISBN: 9781592336791
Publisher: Quarto US
Imprint: Quiver
Pub Date: July 2015
Page Extent: 176
Format: Paperback
Age: 0 - 0
Subject: Family & health