I thought this posting would pique your interest!
But, since mostly women read this blog, why am I writing about men’s sex?
When I began to put my toe in the dating water, I realized I had been intimate with only man in the past 20 years. I wondered what might have changed. What should I be aware of that I didn’t need to worry about much with pre-marriage intimacy in the ’70s and ’80s? For example, I knew virtually nothing about STDs and decided I should educate myself.
At my library’s book sale Sex: A Man’s Guide jumped out at me. Nearly literally. A friend shopping with me pulled it from the piles and said I needed it. I flipped through it and agreed. I figured I should know what guys know — or at least should know. I read the 478 pages in one sitting — then had to take a cold shower.
It was so informative I decided to make it my coffee table book. It is quite a conversation piece, with dinner party guests taking turns reading aloud especially, uh, “interesting” parts.
I decided it would be a great test for gentleman callers. I toyed with putting Post It Notes peeking out from particular pages on how to please a woman. Then I could later see if he had done his homework. I considered leaving the book on the coffee table, putting a hair on the cover before a guy came over, then excusing myself, and later seeing if he’d picked it up. That’s an old detective trick — I’d know because the hair would be gone.
It turned out that most guys, pals as well as suitors, were interested in it immediately. Some asked why I had it, however most didn’t. But they weren’t turning to the parts I wanted them to. They turned to “prostate problems,” “erectile dysfunction,” and “male G-spot.” Drat! My plan did not go as I imagined.
Still, it is a good read. Just make sure you have enough cold water for a shower afterward.