This pocket book is aimed at women, and contains, as its
title suggests, over 100 tips about how to improve ones sex life. However, one might raise an eyebrow at the claim
that they are truly astonishing. Some
may frankly not seem as erotic in practice as they are in concept (tip 46: give
each other a total-body tongue bath) and some seem like questionable advice
(tip 66: to avoid running out of natural lubrication when having sex in a bath,
add a few drops of oil to the bathwater).
Some of the tips seem like common sense (tip 97: using birth control
means that you dont have to worry about getting pregnant and so makes sex more
relaxed) and others are what you would find in any sex manual (tip 56: spend
longer on foreplay). But among these
tips there are bound to be at least one or two that are new to readers (tip
102: put blue light bulbs in your bedroom, tip 103: wrap his penis in
aluminum). Of course its silly, but it
could be fun.
© 2003 Christian Perring. All
Christian Perring, Ph.D., is
Chair of the Philosophy Department at Dowling College, Long Island, and editor
of Metapsychology Online Review. His main research is on philosophical
issues in medicine, psychiatry and psychology.