An informative pop–up book on the erotic arts featuring the world's ten best carnal positions brought vividly to life in full–color, three–dimensional paper tableaux. The perfect tongue–in–cheek gift for Valentine's, Weddings and Birthdays, THE POP–UP BOOK OF SEX is a clever and informative tour of the ten best ways to have sex, plus the reasons and tips behind them.
The problem with most sex books is they're too long, or they list too many things a partner needs to do and learn. Now, readers will get that in just 10 quick pops, from the ever–reliable "Missionary" and the Kama Sutra's "Lotus" as well as contemporary favorites conceived for specific effects such as G–spot simulation and problem–solving advantages of each position (for example: big penis, small woman, or small penis, big woman).
Adding to the fun are at least 2–3 alternate position–illustrations for each 'pop', special tips, and specifically selected backdrops (which span the world and a variety of sexual settings).
The tour de force cover illustration depicts an intricate, fantastical world densely populated with interlinked, ecstatic, and, of course, tastefully rendered people in the throes of delight (with apologies to Heironymous Bosch):
The Mile–High Club
Concept: Necessity is the mother of invention. Make the most of the moment. Some positions are location specific.
Content: This spread is first and foremost about sex in exotic places and the great benefit of bringing variety and spontaneity into your sex life – in this case, the thrill of a semi–public encounters (as close to Heaven as possible). No one ever plans to screw a stewardess in an airplane bathroom, but it's a great thing to do. Secondly, this spread is about standing positions, covering the basic methods: man standing, woman on a flat surface; from behind with both standing from behind; standing with girl bent over; creative use of structural support, as in a dark alley.
Background research that will inform our tips & text:
• Siobahn Kelly, author of The Wild Guide to Sex and Loving
• Dr. Susan Block, author of The Mile High Club
• Good Vibrations Guide to Sex
Characters: Airline stewardess in a sexy, short–skirted uniform, garters, fake pearls; handsome, square–jawed businessman in a suit.
Setting: An airplane bathroom. The stewardess is sitting up on the tiny counter, her legs wrapped around a handsome man's hips. We see both characters, though we don't see all the way to the ground. (i.e., from his knees up, or so.)
Pop: When the spread opens, we see a closed airplane door; to the right of the door, in a little pocket, is a small pamphlet (which readers can take out), with sex tips illustrated in the style of airplane emergency cards (see "Extras," below). The reader opens the door–pulling it to the left. As the door opens the red/green "occupied/vacant" sign clicks over to the other position. (In the bathroom, we now see the stewardess perched on the sink/console, her legs wrapped a
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Gary Greenberg is a stand-up comedian and writer. He's appeared on Comedy Central and the USA Network, and has written segments for the Daily Show. He lives in Manhattan with his wife Jeanne. Balvis Rubess is an illustrator who has worked with Yahoo, the Chicago Tribune, the Detroit Free Press, McDonald's, Coke, Pepsi, Nestle, and many others.
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Book Description It Books, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110061129747