Everything you need to know about sex in the 21st century
S-e-x isn't a bad three-letter word--but many of us are afraid to talk about it. In this new edition of the fun and comprehensive guide to sex, you'll find out how to approach intimacy in a new way to get the most pleasure from a physical relationship. Written by the world's favorite expert on the topic, Dr. Ruth helps you explore the ins and outs of dating and commitment, talk about sex with partners, and consider any health and social issues you may encounter along the way.
As well as giving you all you need to know about how to make your sex life happy, safe, and rewarding, this edition of Sex for Dummies has been updated to include discussions of recent changes and issues surrounding sexual topics -- such as transgender rights and the #metoo movement -- to provide a modern, 360-degree view of how our diverse sexualities impact and enrich the world around us.
- Whether experienced or not, get the low down on how sex works
- Find out how to spice up yoursex life
- Take precautions to stay healthy
- Discover 10 common sexual myths -- and why they're wrong
Thanks to the timeless wisdom and unabashed honesty that only Dr. Ruth can offer, sex doesn't have to be taboo -- and this book makes it easier than ever to let your hair down in the bedroom while still keeping your head on straight
Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer (New York, NY) is America's favorite psychosexual therapist. She has been a pop culture fixture since the 1980s. She has written more than three dozen books, hosted at least five television shows and, in recent years, become a Twitter devotee (over 90K followers). Ruth will be featured in a January 2019 documentary, Ask Dr. Ruth, by Ryan White, a noted documentary filmmaker premiering at the Sundance Film Festival. The announcement drew a lot of attention, including a story in The NY Times.
Pierre Lehu (New York, NY) has worked with Dr. Ruth for decades as a writer and publiciist.