Monday, July 9, 2012

i am apologizing in advance for the TMI.

Let's take a moment and talk about sex. Why? Because it's fun. And if you're not having any fun then you should probably pick up a copy of The Big Fun Sexy Sex Book by Lisa Rinna and Ian Kerner, PH.D. When I received this book, I was super excited. I assumed it was going to be filled with all sorts of dirty tricks. However, it was more like a "how to" improve your sex life in your marriage. You know, for grownups who have been married for a while and sex is more of a chore than anything else. I have difficulties relating, but once in a while when I do feel a little tired, I just tell manfriend to get on top and problem solved. But you married people don't want a childless, 26-year-old's advice, so let's get back to the Sex Book.

Sex matters. SEX MATTERS. That's the first thing you need to come to terms with in your marriage. Yes, you've been married for ten-plus years, you have kids, you work fulltime, you're a prude. Whatever, SEX MATTERS. Rinna and Kerner credit their happy marriages to the kick ass sex they have, so I vote that you listen up. The pages of The Big Fun Sexy Sex Book include: What you need to do outside the bedroom to steam things up between the sheets. Why great sex is good for you. The best sexual positions for the female orgasm (PAY ATTENTION). Oral sex and hand job tips guaranteed to drive a man wild. The best toys to turn you on. They even bring up the elephant in the room, aka porn. Rinna and Kerner cover all of their bases, we are talking body part descriptions, what to eat, because if you feel healthy you feel sexy, and the other elephant in the room: erectile dysfunction.

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