Great Sex: A Man's Guide to the Secret Principles of Total-Body Sex
|Rating||:||4.76 (589 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||384 Pages|
Castleman is the author of nine other consumer health books. Castleman lives in San Francisco with his wife (a family physician) and their two children.. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan in 1972. Library Journal calls him "one of the nation's leading health writers." His first book, Sexual Solutions, a s
"Gave me massive issues in bed" according to Allen I. This book gave me some serious issues. I got this book to learn to be better in bed. Instead the first section of the book bombards me with information on erectile disfunction and other common issues such as premature ejaculation men have. These issues I never really thought about and were seeded into my mind. After reading this book I started having erectile disfunction and premature ejaculation in bed because I keep thinking about the huge section on it in this book. I am sweating in frustration as I am writing this now. I never leave bad reviews, but for a book that was suppose. Plain talk for porn users. Josef the English Major The basic advice of this book is that taking your time is like driving a car, while pornography is like a car chase. The point of the book is pleasuring each other.Some of the advice is plain common sense, like diet and stress and how to properly use viagra. Good chapter on medications and erectile dysfunction.Pornographic cover. My wife puts it in the bookshelf backwards.Promises much but after the early chapters sort of peters out.. "Pretty Good" according to A Customer. This book could have been better but was still full of good, useful information. The author repeats paragraphs verbatim SEVERAL times throughout the book which I found really annoying.
Castleman's message is surprisingly simple: Stop imitating the rushed, all-genital sex you see in pornography. Then, based on state-of-the-art sex therapy techniques, leading sexology texts, and almost 400 medical journal articles, he reveals how to overcome these issues and enjoy a satisfying and exciting sex life. Sex inspired by pornography is a major reason why men think their penises are too small and why they have erection and ejaculatory problems. Take Castleman's advice and you'll benefit by having a lover who is more arousable, responsive, enthusiastic, and complimentary. You have fewer sex problems. In other words, when you embrace sensual, creative, whole-body lovemaking, everybody wins. With wit, wisdom, and down-to-earth sympathy for men, Castleman discusses his own penis--like yours, it's a little too small--and his own struggles with balky erections, rapid ejaculation, and not expressing orgasm at all. Do you want to be a great lover and enjoy consistently great sex? Would you like reliable erections that don't wilt in the middle of lovemaking? Would you like superb ejaculatory control? Would you like your penis to be as large as it possibly can be? Do you want women to sing your sexual praises? All these sexual benefits can be yours if you read Great Sex and take its message to heart. And you both enjoy sex that's hotter, more erotic, and more fulfil
25 b/w illustrations. All rights reserved. . Combined with the author's calm, practical tone, such breadth is likely to win him many readers. The author doesn't really reveal any new "secret principles." The Q&A section, for example, covers the same topics that most on-air sex therapists have been discussing since the sixties: e.g. Illustrated with artful charcoal drawings and peppered with bon mots like "great sex is a combination of friction and fantasy," the book breezily covers a wide swath of the sexual arena, everything from the perennial libido crusher, male impotence, to q