Orgasms for Two: The Joy of Partnersex

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Harmony/Rodale, 2003 M07 1 - 256 páginas
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A down-to-earth guide to becoming happier and healthier through the benefits of mutually satisfying pleasure—from a renowned sex educator featured on Netflix’s the goop lab with Gwyneth Paltrow

In Orgasms for Two: The Joy of Partnersex, Dr. Betty Dodson shows us how to get to know ourselves and our partners better, whether it’s the inner and outer workings of the anatomy or the best sex toys to bring to bed.

She writes often from her own experiences, because she feels people learn best through example, and she writes from the knowledge acquired through years of working with women and men, teaching workshops, and doing research. The knowledge gained through reading Orgasms for Two is like having a kindly, remarkably frank guide tell you all the things you’ve always wanted to know but never had anyone to ask.

Open Orgasms for Two and see how rewarding it is to cast aside conventional beliefs about sexuality and begin to enjoy the best sex of your life.

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Excellent book! It opened my eyes to alot and me being a will experienced 37to man that says alot. I believe that every man and every woman should read this book. I had it on my Navy ship and let others borrow it. Everyone who read the book have it the best reviews and ordered it for their spouses to read. 

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Betty Dodson, PhD, received her doctorate in sexology from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality and was a public advocate for sexual liberation for more than three decades. She lectured extensively and was regularly featured in the media as a respected sex expert. Dr. Dodson died in October 2020.

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