The book everyone has been talking about by Kim Cattrall, the actress from Sex and the City. Fast getting the reputation for being the new Joy of Sex for the 21st Century, the book tells all about female satisfaction and how women and their partners can achieve it.
The truth is that the majority of women do not have satisfying sex lives,often because men don’t understand women’s sexual needs and sensitivities. Women very much want sexual fulfilment, but are sometimes unsure about how to express their needs or improve their sex life.
The book is friendly in tone, with personal notes from both authors. Kim Cattrall avows in interviews that until her current partner she had never had thrilling sex and that now the honest communication she has and perfect trust help lead to complete sexual satisfaction.
Satisfaction contains beautiful illustrations, using simple symbols to reveal what’s going on inside as well as outside the body, and showing exactly how to acheive the female orgasm. Detailed discussion includes:
every man can be an artist
• repeated or sustained oral orgasms
• turbo tongue
• ultra-fast G-spot massage
• many, many different styles, techniques and suggestions.
• the use of Viagra and how it can enhances your sex life.
• pretty much everything you’ve ever considered asking or thinking about sex and sexuality.
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With its cream and deep burgundy cover, Satisfaction comes in sophisticated packaging that is pretty enough for women, but not too frilly for their partners. Even the briefest glance through the 140 or so pages is enough to gauge that this is neither a clinical manual, nor an excuse for titillation. From Fritz Drury's pensive illustrations that evoke a strong sense of the deepest connection through sex, to the concise and readable text, this is a sensitive and inspiring approach.
Kim Cattrall's TV persona Samantha Jones might be the super-confident man-eating sex-pot in Sex and the City, but anyone expecting a brassy, bold attitude will be disappointed. Cattrall reveals with touching honesty that her TV character is not only far removed from her real personality, but that until she met husband Levinson at 40, she was convinced she wasn't a sexual woman.
The authors' aim is to encourage couples to communicate through trying out a variety of techniques, on the basis that communication is the key to sexual satisfaction for both man and woman. Illustrations of the techniques suggested are helpfully enhanced by some nifty symbols indicating crucial directions. And you might even have a few laughs over mastering the likes of clitoris twitching and turbo tongue. --Lorna VReview:
“This is the best I've read on the subject matter so far, as it really deals with the couple's perspective."
"This is a great read for couples looking to spice up their sex life. It's straightforward, insightful and a whole lot of fun. Even if you already have a great sex life, this is a fun book to read and share together." Reader, Barnes&Noble.com
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Book Description Warner, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 7146957