The conventional image of "real men" as macho and sexually confident is only partly a true one. In fact, a lot of men feel anxious about sex, whether on a one-night stand or in a long-standing relationship. Unsure of what women want, and feeling a pressure to achieve peak performance every time, men often feel dejected and inadequate when reality doesn't live up to their dreams. Bernard Zilbergeld has studied male physiology and has talked to many men about their "problems" and emotions. This book aims to restore male confidence by explaining how men's sexuality really works.
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Men are sex machines. They are always looking for love and are always ready for it. The image of a real man is someone who has no doubts about sex. He always knew how to have good sex, and he has it often.
That is the conventional view
In fact, a lot of men feel anxious about sex, whether it is a one-night stand or in a loving relationship. Unsure of what the woman wants and eager for the peak performance every time, men often feel dejected and inadequate when reality does not live up to their dreams.
Dr Zilbergeld has studied the male physiology for over twenty years and during that time has talked to many men about their emotions and ‘problems’. Myth-shattering, funny and comprehensive, this book is published to restore male confidence by explaining the real nature of male sexuality.
‘'Men and Sex' banishes the stereotype of an impossible masculinity, and is full of sensible, down-to-earth guidance which many men will find helpful in managing their emotional lives more successfully’
‘There is nothing more helpful to a woman, sexwise, than knowing how men tick, and this is one of the best, wisest, and most sensible books I have read’
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0006383238