Description of “Fifty Shades Hotter – a guide to your sexual ecstasy!”
Reading the reader reviews of the Fifty Shades of Grey series of books by E. L. James, it becomes very apparent from these comments that for many readers the books in this fantastically successful series are for many fans wish books, and feeders to their fantasy lives. It is out of that realization that this book was born. Our purpose in writing this sexuality guide is to help our readers to achieve sexual ecstasy beyond any imagined in the reading of the Fifty Shades of Grey series. Our advice comes from an accumulation of well over 60 years of medical practice and counseling of individuals and couples. Our professional training and experience has taught us that for a successful relationship and sexual ecstasy, free communication of desires, and needs is key. This book opens up that communication process.
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Foreword & Purpose
Chapter 1. Take stock of yourself
What’s the real goal?
Age is a great advantage … you’re never over the hill! Being nice;
Chapter 2. Anatomy
Know yours & your partner’s parts, what feels good, what will gets you
Chapter 3. Squeaky clean and hygiene
Make sure your partners target areas a clean and sweet.
Chapter 4. Pillow talk and banter
Don’t overlook one of the best parts of pre and post sex.
Chapter 5. Touch and Cuddling
Touching, feeling, and cuddling are part of the before and after of great
Chapter 6. Kissing and Flirting
Don’t ignore the preliminaries that set the mood.
Chapter 7. Humpty Dumpty
Humping each other is a turn on too often overlooked.
Chapter 8. Know the hot spots, experimentation, and finding limits
Know what yours and your partner’s hot spots are, and what the
turnoffs are as well.
Chapter 9. Fantasies
Your fantasies are normal, and a great part of a healthy sex life.
Chapter 10. Sensual massage
Sensual sex massage is a great starter, or the whole act itself.
Chapter 11. Toys can help
If you’re not using sex toys with your partner, or by yourself, you’re
behind the times and missing out.
Chapter 12. Porn may have its place
Porn is a double edge sword that can help achieve great sex, or can be
tough on relationships.
Chapter 13. Lubricate, lubricate, lubricate
Lubricants can make good feel great, and solve lots of sexual problems.
Chapter 14. Slicky licky and oral sex
Oral sex is the quickest way to multiple orgasms, and if you aren’t
getting yours, now is the time to start.
Chapter 15. From premature ejaculation to multiple orgasm
Multiple orgasms male and female
Premature ejaculation is usually easily cured and can lead to male
multiple orgasms. Go from victim to hero.
Chapter 16. Female ejaculation
You bet women ejaculate, and when they do it’s the most intense
orgasm they can have.
Chapter 17. Masturbation solo and mutual
It’s not just for singles, but mutual masturbation can be a great part of
Chapter 18. Anal action
It’s certainly not for everyone, but those who do love it.
Chapter 19. All tied up, some like it rough
BDSM comes in all degrees and there may be something for everyone.
Chapter 20. Three in a sack and swinging
Another category that’s not for everyone, but it’s popular enough that it
Chapter 21. Intercourse
It isn’t just an afterthought, but it’s usually the finally to terrific foreplay
that should have been nearly as pleasurable as the desert.
Chapter 22. Afterglow
Don’t just roll over and go to sleep, nut enjoy this wonderful time to
love after lust.
Chapter 23. Getting back in the game; safe sex is not just for singles
If you’ve recently changed or lost a partner, getting back in the dating
game can be frightening and with hazards.
Chapter 24. Sexual Coaching
What is sex coaching? How does it help singles or couples?
Chapter 25. Physical and health matters, Illnesses, medications,
and nasty habits
Some things that can dampen your sex life; most are fixable.
Chapter 26. Glossary of sexual terms and key words
A vocabulary of sex.
Chapter 27. Recommended reading
Don’t just take our word for it, read these other great books on the topic
if great sex.
Chapter 28. Sexual Statistics
Who’s doing what, how often, and where do you fit in?
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