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Enjoy Sex: (How, when and if you want to): A Practical and Inclusive Guide
Title : Enjoy Sex: (How, when and if you want to): A Practical and Inclusive Guide
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ISBN : 9781785780806
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 288

Plenty of books on sex suggest that it has to be done in a certain way, or in a certain kind of relationship, or with certain people. This isn’t that kind of book.Enjoy Sex is a truly practical, friendly guide through the confusing, and sometimes alarming, world of sex and sexuality. Its radical approach puts your experience at the heart of the book, and invites you to expPlenty of books on sex suggest that it has to be done in a certain way, or in a certain kind of relationship, or with certain people. This isn’t that kind of book.Enjoy Sex is a truly practical, friendly guide through the confusing, and sometimes alarming, world of sex and sexuality. Its radical approach puts your experience at the heart of the book, and invites you to explore what might be enjoyable to you. With the authors’ engaging and thoughtful style, the book challenges the messages we receive about ‘normal’ sex, looks at how to understand and care for yourself, delves into ideas of pleasure for different bodies, ages and tastes, explores relationships, and tackles the tricky topics of communication and consent.So, throw out the rule book and learn to listen to your own desires. This may just be the most helpful book about sex ever.


Enjoy Sex: (How, when and if you want to): A Practical and Inclusive Guide Reviews

  • Human Mike

    a very inclusive, non judgemental book that asks, through stories and questions: what kind of sexual activities would you want to have, putting aside norms and pressures. highly recommend.

  • Rachel

    A book that is both warmly and kindly written. I think the most important part of the book is the last chapter about consent, particularly given current events. MJ and Justin ask us to consider how our relationships to sex impact our actions elsewhere and vice versa. I'd give this to any young person especially, but everyone could use a read. I'd also recommend the authors' podcast, the Meg-John and Justin Show. It dives more deeply into the ideas discussed in the book, though the podcast will m [...]