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MY TYPE OF WOMAN   Leave a comment

When I was 16, I got a girlfriend, but there was no passion. So, I decided I needed a passionate girl with a zest for life. In college, I dated a passionate girl, but she was too emotional. Everything was an emergency; she was a drama queen, cried all the time and threatened suicide. So, I decided I needed a girl with stability.

When I was 28, I found a very stable girl but she was boring. She was totally predictable and never got excited about anything. Life became so dull that I decided that I needed a girl with some excitement.

When I was 35, I found an exciting girl, but I couldn’t keep up with her. She rushed from one thing to another, never settling on anything. She did mad impetuous things and made me miserable as often as happy. She was great fun initially and very energetic, but direction-less. So, I decided to find a girl with some real ambition.

When I turned 42, I found a smart ambitious girl with her feet planted firmly on the ground and married her. She was so ambitious that she divorced me and took everything I owned.

I am now 55 and am looking for a girl with really big tits.

(I hope I don’t have to tell you that this is supposed to be a joke – but it does illustrate how confused men can be about relationships.)

Happy love-making

Clive

Update on Exploring Sex, Love and Lust.   Leave a comment

Here’s an update, as at 20 May, of the Amazon.co.uk sales rankings by categories of Exploring Sex, Love and Lust:

# 46 – Contraception and Family Planning.

# 61 – Sex.

# 80 – Kindle store: Sex.

My thanks to all of you that have bought the book; don;t forget to post a review – pointing out which section of this comprehensive work you found particularly informative. It helps others identify the book that could be right for them, too.

Happy love-making.

Clive

Getting There   1 comment

Exploring Sex, Love and Lust, just hit  #89 in Amazon.com’s Parent-Child top 100 sales rank listings.

Want to say a big thank you to all of you that bought the book. Please consider writing a review on Amazon – or whichever website you purchased it from – because it really does help others to decide if this book is going to help them in the areas that interest them most.

And another thing, it is becoming more apparent that not only is this book a great help to parents with young adult offspring, it is also refreshing/enlightening the parents own sex lives, too! Great news!!

Happy love-making.

Clive.

NYT Blue Ink Review for Exploring Sex, Love and Lust. (Unedited)   Leave a comment

Exploring Sex, Love and Lust
Clive Peters
AuthorHouse, 333 pages, (paperback) $24.34, 978-1496978578
(Reviewed: November 2014)
Woody Allen said, “I don’t know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.” No doubt
author Clive Peters would agree since he’s made it his mission to answer questions
about intimacy, intercourse, and romance in his accessible, fact-filled, often personal
and occasionally humorous book Exploring Sex, Love and Lust.
Peters promises in his introduction to teach readers to “understand what drives you,
what drives your partner … and what’s most enjoyable…” Good news: Peters keeps
that promise.
The author, who has worked as a technical writer for various industries, combines his
interest in medical research and sexual relations to cover a wide swath of subjects from
the anatomical (“The Penis,” “The Love Muscle,” “Breasts”) to the sexual
(“Pornography,” “Fetish and Fantasy,”) to the psychological (“Problem Solving”).
No matter the topic, Peters manages to avoid titillation by talking to readers in a
straightforward manner and, occasionally, by citing interesting statistics. For instance,
when discussing masturbation, Peters writes: “I’ve read surveys that show 98 percent of
men masturbate, and 68 percent of women masturbate as well.” On the subject of
pornography, he notes: “Figures published in 2011 show pornography was viewed by
35.9 percent of Internet users in the UK.”
For those who want, or need visual aids, there are several basic illustrations in the
“Position and Locations” chapter. Although graphic, they avoid being pornographic, and
the accompanying prose is simple and direct: “Ladies, you can intensify your guy’s
orgasms by massaging his perineum. Rub two fingers in a circular motion, about an
inch behind his testicles, for 30 seconds before he orgasms.”
Most of the material is rather basic. So if you are already well-versed in biology and
erotic pleasures, you might look to a more advanced manual. But if you’re yearning for
straightforward sex information with a personal touch, get in bed with Peters’ book and
you’ll be guaranteed satisfaction.
Also available in hardcover and ebook.