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Queer

  • Hardback
  • £P.O.R.

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  • ISBN: 9781903318478
  • Publication date: 25 Jun 2002
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  • Imprint: Spruce
Cassell

The Sex Book

Suzi Godson
Authors:
Suzi Godson

"The Sex Book" explores the subject of sex, health and sexuality in a straightforward, uninhibited, accessible and adventurous way. Designed as a guide, the book explains everything you want to know about conventional and unconventional sexual behaviour in gender neutral, straightforward language with bold visuals. A wealth of information is balanced with practical advice and personal experience. The book presumes little and the tone is witty and direct. It avoids the usual stigma attached to sex manuals by having a detached editorial approach that packs gritty sex between beautiful contemporary graphics. Ranging from G-spots to sex diets, "The Sex Book" speaks plainly and openly about a subject at the emotional and spiritual hub of everyone's life. At long last - a contemporary guide to sex; for absolutely everyone, whatever their orientation.

Mitchell Beazley

The Joy of Sex

Alex Comfort, Susan Quilliam
Authors:
Alex Comfort, Susan Quilliam
Hamlyn

The Sex Diaries

Bettina Arndt
Authors:
Bettina Arndt
Hamlyn

Unzipped

Nicci Talbot
Authors:
Nicci Talbot
Hamlyn

1001 Nights of Passion and Pleasure

Eleanor McKenzie, Linda Sonntag
Authors:
Eleanor McKenzie, Linda Sonntag

Spice up your sex life and inject some variety into your lovemaking with this unique mix-and-match guide. Divided pages, with foreplay on top and sexual positions on the bottom, allow you to draw on thousands of exciting combinations. Choose pages at random or take turns with your partner to discover what really ignites your passions. Unleash your wild side, be creative and make every night different with a host of saucy seductions, erotic massage, appetising aphrodisiacs, naughty games, the sexiest positions and sensuous afterplay.

Hamlyn

Kama Sutra Woman

Eleanor McKenzie
Authors:
Eleanor McKenzie
Hamlyn

Kama Sutra Pleasures

Eleanor McKenzie
Authors:
Eleanor McKenzie
Spruce

Starsigns: Good Sex

Spruce

Sex Tips: Spiritual Sex

Spruce

Sex With Spirit

Spruce

Inf N/Bks-Sex

Spruce

Inf N/Bks-Gay Portraits

Mitchell Beazley

The Joy of Sex

Eleanor McKenzie

Eleanor McKenzie divides her time between England and Spain. She is the author of a number of books, including Thai Massage, Healing Reiki, Chi Kung and Thai Bodywork.

Linda Sonntag

Linda Sonntag is an experienced writer on the subject of sex and relationships including The Photographic Kama Sutra and Great Sex For Life: Essential Techniques. Susan Mumford is a qualified massage practitioner. She has had a private holistic massage practice in London for several years and teaches introductory massage.

Mallanaga Vatsyayana

Mallanaga Vatsyayana was the Hindu philosopher credited with writing the original work in the sixth century AD. In his own words, 'a person acquainted with the true principles of this science, who preserves his Dharma (virtue or religious merit), his Artha (worldly wealth) and his Kama (pleasure or sensual gratification), and who has regard to the customs of the people, is sure to obtain the mastery over his senses. In short, an intelligent and knowing person attending to Dharma and Artha and also to Kama, without becoming the slave of his passions, will obtain success in everything that he may do.'

Nicci Talbot

Nicci Talbot is a freelance writer for many national newspapers and magazines, specialising in sexuality, health and wellbeing. She has recently completed a sex therapy course at Birkbeck University, London.

Sir Richard Francis Burton

Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890) was an English explorer, translator, writer, soldier, orientalist, ethnologist, spy, linguist, poet, fencer and diplomat. His best-known achievements include travelling in disguise to Mecca, an unexpurgated translation of One Thousand and One Nights, and bringing the Kama Sutra to publication in English - thereby introducing the world to what is now regarded as a standard work on human sexual behaviour. Following a career in the army of the East India Company serving in India (and later, briefly, in the Crimean War), he was engaged by the Royal Geographical Society to explore the east coast of Africa and led the expedition guided by the locals that discovered Lake Tanganyika. In later life he served as British consul in Fernando Po, Santos, Damascus and, finally, Trieste. He was a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and was awarded a knighthood in 1886.

Susan Quilliam

Susan Quilliam is a relationships expert with over 35 years' experience in offering support through her work as a writer, coach, trainer, consultant and commentator. She once said in passing that the high point of her work would be to rewrite "The Joy of Sex" for the 21st century, and therefore felt beyond privileged when, in 2008, Mitchell Beazley asked her to do just that!Susan works closely with Relate and the Family Planning Association, as well as sitting on the Advisory Board of the Sexual Advice Association and the Council for Sexuality and Sexual Health for the Royal Society of Medicine. She is also one of the Family Planning Association's designated 21st Century Achievers, UK Dating Expert of the year 2015, an Ambassador for Relate Cambridge and a Patron of the Outsiders charity which campaigns for sexual rights for the less-abled.When not writing books, Susan coaches individuals and couples on relationships and sexuality, designs and presents relationship courses for the global organisation The School of Life, is advice columnist for Fabulous magazine, and broadcasts on radio and television.

Suzi Godson

Suzi Godson runs the successful London-based design group Unlimited. She is the author of bestselling titles including The Sex Book, The Body Book, Sexploration and Women Unlimited. She wrote the weekly 'S is for Sex' column in the Independent on Sunday, has been the weekly sex columnist for The Times since 2004 and is a regular contributor to a variety of magazines, including Psychologies, Elle and Cosmopolitan. In 2011 she launched www.moresexdaily.com, a free resource which aims to help couples sustain sex in long-term relationships. The site hosts a wealth of news, research and advice from guest experts and is the vehicle for a major new survey into sexual frequency. She lives in London with her husband and her four daughters.