E-raamat: Joy of Sex: The timeless guide to lovemaking

  • Formaat: 288 pages, c.120 artworks and colour photographs
  • Ilmumisaeg: 10-Jan-2012
  • Kirjastus: Mitchell Beazley
  • ISBN-13: 9781845336394
Teised raamatud teemal:
  • Formaat - EPUB+DRM
  • Hind: 4,49 EUR*
  • Lisa soovinimekirja
  • Lisa ostukorvi
  • * hind on lõplik, st. muud allahindlused enam ei rakendu
  • See e-raamat on mõeldud ainult isiklikuks kasutamiseks.
  • Formaat: 288 pages, c.120 artworks and colour photographs
  • Ilmumisaeg: 10-Jan-2012
  • Kirjastus: Mitchell Beazley
  • ISBN-13: 9781845336394
Teised raamatud teemal:

DRM piirangud

  • Kopeerimine (copy/paste):

    ei ole lubatud

  • Printimine:

    ei ole lubatud

  • Kasutamine:

    E-raamatu lugemiseks on vaja luua Adobe ID ning laadida arvutisse Adobe Digital Editions. Lähemalt siit. E-raamatut saab lugeda ning alla laadida kuni 6'de seadmesse.
    E-raamatut ei saa lugeda Amazon Kindle's. Ülejäänud meie e-poes pakutavad e-lugerid võimaldavad lugeda Adobe ID-ga kaitstud e-raamatuid.

As a champion of trusting, loving relationships, this groundbreaking book advocates mutual respect and tenderness between lovers. A bestseller since it was first published in 1972, Alex Comfort's classic work celebrated human physical intimacy with such authority and clarity that a whole generation felt empowered to enjoy sex. No other book has come close in providing such an imaginative, uninhibited, and entertaining guide to lovemaking. The reasons for unfulfilling sexual relations today are different to those of Alex Comfort's original audience. This new edition of The Joy of Sex, fully revised and updated by respected sex expert and relationship psychologist Susan Quilliam, contains over 40 new entries, bringing Comfort's original, frank advice up to date for the modern readership.

Muu info

The Joy of Sex is recognized as the world's oldest and most trusted authority on sex. Brand new artwork and photography make this edition warmer, more dynamic, and more passionate than ever before. Fully updated to reflect cultural, sociological and scientific developments. Updates by respected sex expert and relationship psychologist, Susan Quilliam.
preface 6(2)
Alex Comfort
preface 8(22)
Susan Quilliam
on gourmet lovemaking
24(6)
ingredients
30(56)
tenderness
32(3)
nakedness
35(1)
women (by her for him)
36(1)
men (by him for her)
37(3)
hormones
40(1)
preferences
41(1)
confidence
42(1)
cassolette
43(3)
vulva
46(2)
vagina
48(1)
clitoris
48(1)
mons pubis
49(1)
breasts
50(2)
nipples
52(3)
buttocks
55(1)
penis
56(4)
size
60(1)
foreskin
61(1)
scrotum
62(1)
semen
62(1)
skin
63(2)
lubrication
65(1)
earlobes
65(2)
navel
67(1)
armpit
68(1)
feet
69(2)
big toe
71(1)
hair
72(1)
pubic hair
72(2)
health
74(2)
age
76(2)
sex maps
78(1)
fidelity
79(1)
compatibility
80(1)
desire
81(3)
love
84(2)
appetizers
86(42)
real sex
88(2)
food
90(3)
dancing
93(1)
femoral intercourse
93(1)
clothed intercourse
94(2)
safe sex
96(3)
phone sex
99(1)
words
99(1)
technology
100(1)
frequency
101(1)
priorities
101(1)
seduction
102(1)
bathing
103(4)
beds
107(2)
kisses
109(1)
pattes d'araignee
110(2)
friction rub
112(1)
feathers
113(1)
aphrodisiacs
114(1)
fantasy
115(2)
breathing
117(3)
tongue bath
120(1)
blowing
121(1)
bites
122(2)
l'onanisme
124(2)
fighting
126(2)
main courses
128(82)
postures
130(3)
handwork for her
133(1)
handwork for him
134(2)
mouthwork for her
136(3)
mouthwork for him
139(3)
clitoral pleasure
142(1)
soixante-ncuf
143(1)
birth control
144(4)
his erection
148(1)
performance
148(2)
penetration
150(2)
choreography
152(1)
trigger points
153(1)
missionary position
153(3)
matrimonial
156(1)
variety
157(1)
upper hands
158(2)
frontal
160(1)
inversion
161(4)
X position
165(1)
flanquette
166(1)
standing positions
166(3)
rear entry
169(3)
postillionage
172(1)
anal intercourse
173(2)
croupade
175(1)
cuissade
176(3)
kneeling positions
179(1)
seated positions
179(1)
turning positions
180(1)
viennese oyster
181(1)
sex and pregnancy
182(1)
plateau phase
183(1)
his orgasm
184(1)
hair-trigger trouble
185(3)
saxonus
188(1)
pompoir
188(2)
her orgasm
190(1)
bridge
191(2)
CAT
193(1)
venus butterfly
194(1)
birdsong at morning
194(4)
little death
198(1)
come again
199(2)
excesses
201(1)
simultaneous orgasm
202(1)
quickies
202(2)
holding back
204(1)
relaxation
205(2)
afterwards
207(1)
waking
208(2)
sauces and pickles
210(66)
playtime
212(2)
japanese style
214(1)
horse
214(1)
indian style
215(1)
virginity
216(1)
clothes
217(3)
corset
220(1)
g-string
220(1)
shoes
221(1)
boots
221(1)
stockings
221(3)
ben-wa balls
224(1)
boutons
224(1)
rubber
224(1)
leather
225(1)
striptease
226(2)
transvestitism
228(1)
ice and fire
229(1)
body paints
229(1)
skin gloves and thimbles
230(1)
ticklers
230(1)
games
230(1)
masks
231(1)
fetishes
232(1)
equipment
233(4)
rocking chair
237(1)
swings
237(1)
jokes and follies
238(3)
mirrors
241(1)
trains, boats, planes
242(1)
cars
242(1)
open air
243(3)
remote control
246(1)
voycurs
246(1)
erotica
247(2)
sex shops
249(1)
les anneaux
250(1)
inflators
250(1)
penis extensions
251(1)
karezza
251(1)
ligottage
252(2)
blindfold
254(1)
chains
254(1)
harness
254(2)
gags
256(1)
ropework
256(4)
hazards
260(1)
merkins
261(1)
dildoes
261(1)
vibrators
262(2)
pain
264(1)
discipline
265(3)
foursomes and moresomes
268(1)
slow masturbation for him
269(3)
slow masturbation for her
272(2)
joy
274(2)
resources 276(4)
support 280(2)
index 282(6)
acknowledgements 288
Dr Alex Comfort M.B., D.Sc., was a leading expert on human sexuality and one of the most versatile authors of the 20th century. A pioneer in the study of old age, co-founder of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, anarchist, social commentator, novelist, and poet, he wrote over 50 books and countless scientific papers. Dr Comfort also worked as head of research on gerontology at University College London, a lecturer at the Department of Psychiatry at Stanford University, and Adjunct Professor at the Neuropsychiatric Institute at the University of California at Los Angeles. A member of the Royal Society of Medicine and an Associate Member of the American Psychiatric Association, he died in March 2000, aged 80.Susan Quilliam is a relationship psychologist who works with the international Journal of Family Planning, the British relationship counselling organization Relate, and global advisory boards in the field of sexual health and dysfunction. Susan is also an advice columnist for several health websites, magazines, and radio stations and she writes, broadcasts, and presents internationally on topics surrounding love and sexuality.