Best Sex Writing 2010

Best Sex Writing 2010

by Rachel Kramer Bussel, Esther Perel


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From breastfeeding to swingers to underage sexting, the thinnest condom ever and sex work to the thrill of voyeurism and the story of X-rated Tijuana bibles, Best Sex Writing 2010 covers the latest, hottest topics from the world of sex. Diana Joseph relives her slutty years while giving a mom’s perspective on her teenage son's description of girls in his yearbook, while Brian Alexander teaches us about sex surrogates, Tristan Taormino talks about pregnant sex, and Violet Blue offers a spirited defense of modern porn. The erotic elements of Twilight, adult sex ed, a visit to a BDSM porn set, the science behind penis size, a very special piece of ass, a cheating wife, and much more make it under the covers of Best Sex Writing 2010, culled from magazines, newspapers, blogs and websites by series editor Rachel Kramer Bussel.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781573443784
Publisher: Cleis Press
Publication date: 01/13/2010
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Rachel Kramer Bussel, of Penthouse Variation fame, writes for The New York Observer and also pens two of the top rated blogs of today. She has been featured on national media such as The Gayle King Show, Top Chef, Martha Stewart, and much more. A prolific writer and editor, her titles include Passion, He’s on Top, She’s on Top, Do Not Disturb, and Only You. She lives in New York City.

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Best Sex Writing 2010 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
bcreech More than 1 year ago
Rachel Kramer Brussel has put together a fantastic assortment of sexual essays. There are many different topics these essays delve into: from condoms to texting, homosexuality to swinging, BDSM to affairs. These topics come from intellectual writers who deliver information while captivating the reader. Most of the essays are not so much sexually exciting as they are learning experiences. But don't get me wrong, there is plenty of spice to keep you reading if the sexuality-related information isn't enough for you. I look forward to next year's collection, and I will continue to reccommend the 2010 edition to friends and family.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago