Twelve years after it was first published, The Joy of Writing Sex remains the classic writer's resource on creating compelling sex scenes. Elizabeth Benedict covers all the issues, from the first time, to married sex and adultery, to sex in the age of AIDS. In this revised edition, Benedict addresses the latest sexual revolution, intimacy on the Internet; adds new interviews with Edmund White, Darren Strauss, Stephen McCauley, and other writers; and updates her selections to include examples from the best fiction of the past few years. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
8 Nonfiction Books That Will Change The Way You Think About Sex For The Better
Ah, sex. It gives us life. It sells. It dashes hopes and raises them. Sex is about power. As with any other skill we hope to master, practice and study make perfect. These are the books that will help you better understand not only how to improve your sex life but the role it plays in gender, society and our mental health.
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Depending on the type of sex ed you received in grade school, chances are it shaped your perspective of sex and still has some influence on you. Sex is complex, and sexuality is even more so. Especially for women, it's somewhat insane to me that the topic of sexuality and embracing great sex is still taboo. Fortunately, more and more scientists, writers, and even comedians are opening the doors to understanding the complicated and absolutely amazing world of sex. Whether you're extremely confident in the bedroom or haven't had sex yet, there's always a great reason to up your sexual education because really, it'll only make your future experiences better.