Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex: But Were Afraid to Ask (Abridged / Audio Cassette, Abridged)
For more than 30 years, people everywhere have made Dr. David Reuben's Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex* *But Were Afraid To Ask part of their lives. It has made their sexual experiences more satisfying, made their marriages more robust, and given their children a healthy and realistic attitude toward sex.
Now Dr. Reuben has written an All New Edition of this timeless work. Based on the latest medical and scientific discoveries drawn from thousands of medical journals and scientific research projects, the All New Edition is the ideal source of up-to-the-second sexual knowledge for the 21st Century.
The same sparkling sense of humor, the same charming irreverence, the same fearless honesty as the Original Edition is all here, with 96.9% totally new material - much of it never published anywhere before.
You'll discover new and useful information - information that you can use right now to make your sexual experiences more exciting, more fulfilling, and, above all, safer, than ever before. You will find Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Male Sexual Organs, Female Sexual Organs, Sexual Intercourse, Abortion, Birth Control, Homosexuality, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and much more. But that's not all. One of the best things about sex is that it is fun - and Dr. Reuben tells you how to make sex more fun more of the time. With good humor, with good taste, and with good sense, he tells you how to sweep away pretension and preconsception and how to enjoy sex to the fullest.
At the same time, he describes how to avoid the traps and snares of sexual life. He discusses how "safe sex" doesn't have to be "dull sex" and explains exactly where the dangers are and how to steer around them. By the time you finish listening to his audiobook, you will feel like the woman reader who wrote, after reading the Original Edition: "The book made me laugh, it made me think, it made sex so much better for me. The only thing about the book that made me sad was that it ended too soon