Log onto your computer and let Anne Semans and Cathy Winks guide you directly to the most erotic and titillating chat rooms, photo collections, and spicy sex sites on the World Wide Web, as well as direct you to the Web's best resources for sexual health, education, fun, and exploration. This book providesthe guidelines that allow every woman to safely and privately explore the secrets of the Web and discover its untapped riches. It shows . . .
Much more than just a list of great sites, this book will end needless, time-consuming surfing and help you become an active participant in the new sexual revolution.
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The Internet is "like a truck-stop honky-tonk in a country-western song: littered with good intentions, broken promises, and unfulfilled dreams," write Anne Semans and Cathy Winks, coauthors of The Woman's Guide to Sex on the Web. The duo clearly spent long hours separating the wheat from the chaff to come up with roughly 200 stellar Web sex sites. Their forthright, diverting Net surfers' handbook seems to offer something for everyone of any sexual persuasion. So, what's your pleasure? Like your sex out of this world--with aliens and vampires, that is? Click on Dreams Unlimited. Looking for softcore? Check out Danni's Hard Drive. BDSM? Lesbian? Postpartum mom? Postfeminist? Just curious? No matter what your bent, there's plenty to pique your interest and loads of canny consumer tips, too. A chapter on steamy bulletin boards, chat rooms, conferences, and dating sites tells readers how to mind their manners and warns them to keep their heads about them. Before you shell out a dime on the numerous sex-for-pay sites, Semans and Winks suggest a look at the "Hall of Shame" posted on Jane's Net Sex Guide, an opinionated escort through the highs and lows of cybersex. The coauthors don't pull punches, either. While they tout the "exquisite images" on one art-erotica site, they complain quite sharply about the "pedestrian" and "annoying" text that accompanies it. Interviews with various Webmistresses and reviews of zines and sites for sex toys, books, and other resources also pepper these pages. --Francesca ColtreraAbout the Author:
Anne Semans and Cathy Winks spent ten years working as saleswomen at Good Vibrations, the nation's premier "clean, well-lighted place" to shop for sex toys, book, and videos. Founded by a female sex therapist in 1977, Good Vibrations's mission is to provide accurate sex information and to encourage the pursuit of sexual pleasure for women and men alike.
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Book Description HarperSanFrancisco, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110062515489
Book Description HarperSanFrancisco. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0062515489 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0955112