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Book Review - Sex Positions
Sex Positions
by Lisa Sussman
Carlton Books, 2001
Review by Christian Perring, Ph.D.
Apr 7th 2003

Compared to the other books in Lisa Sussman’s series on sex tips for women, Sex Positions is the most informative.  In fact, the title is misleading, since the book contains advice about exercise, locations, decorating one’s bedroom, what to do when experiencing PMS, what to do if you are feeling fat, and so on.  Since it’s a small book, each tip does not provide much information, and while there are some illustrations, they probably would be hard to use as instructional guides.  Nevertheless, the book is full of lighthearted but probably good advice.  It’s colorful and fun, and most positions are rated for both difficulty (one to three stars) and orgasmic potential (one to three rockets).

 

© 2003 Christian Perring. All rights reserved.

 

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.

 

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