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Try new sexual positions

The bestselling guide to a rewarding sex life and a deeperrelationship

Looking for the straight facts on sex? In this friendly,authoritative guide, renowned sex therapist Dr. Ruth gives you thelatest on everything from oral sex and popular positions to newmethods of birth control. She also debunks sex myths and covers newtherapies to manage low libido, overcome sexual dysfunction, andenhance pleasure.

Praise for Dr. Ruth and Sex For Dummies

"Her energy level is higher than that of a charged particle."
–People Magazine

"Dr. Ruth writes the way she talks – enthusiastically,nonjudgmentally, and informatively. . . ."
–Booklist

"Her name and the distinctive thrill of her voice have becomeinextricably linked with the subject of sex."
–New York Times

Discover how to

Enjoy the first time Enhance foreplay and afterplay with your partner Avoid STDs and have safer sex Discuss sex with your kids Navigate cybersex

Topics: Guides, Sex, Sexuality, Dating, Marriage, and Informative

Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9781118050699
List price: $21.99
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