The Best Sex Books and Why You Should Know Them
Plenty of men claim to know how to satisfy someone during “sexy time”. But studies have proven that many women are not sexually satisfied. When you hear these stories, you’d wonder why people choose to live in denial of their sexual weakness instead of learning from the numerous sex books available.
Let’s talk sex: Our parents and older ones did not know when we started having sex. Because of this, most of us had to figure out how to have sex by yourself. Some had to read sex books, watch Pornographic Content or get tips from friends – who already had sex numerous times, right?
If you’re looking for ways to give or receive maximum sexual pleasure, then you should read books about sex. In this article, we will share some sex-positive books you can use to spark up your sex life.
Why You Should Read Books About Sex
Apart from spicing up intercourse with your partner, there are many other reasons why you should read sex books. They include:
- Sex books provide a safe and private environment to learn about intercourse and how to practice it healthily.
- They demystify sexual myths and confusions. They also give you the confidence to explore your sexuality and communicate your desires to your partner.
- These books teach you new techniques you can explore with your partner or alone.
- Reading them with your partner might increase intimacy and curiosity. This results in an increased desire to explore each other’s bodies.
- These books empower you to own your sexuality without shame.
- You will gain insight that’d help you achieve a healthy sex life.
Top 7 Sex Books You Should Read
The Art of Seduction by Robert Greene
This book comes from the author of The 48 Laws of Power. The author teaches the art of seduction from the point of conception in the mind to the ultimate execution. This book teaches how to spark interest in your partner’s mind and ignite their emotions.
Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel
Esther Perel has built a reputation as one of the world’s most respected teachers of erotic intelligence. In this piece, she teaches a raw and bold approach to bring lust to your bedroom, and setting you and your partner on fire with it.
If you want to take your intimacy to the wildest level, you should read Mating in Captivity, or just listen to it on Blinkist.
She Comes First by Ian Kerner
She Comes First
She Comes First
- 16 min reading time
- audio version available
Dear men, get in here! Even if you don’t read any other sex book on this list, you have to read this one. She Comes First teaches you how to pleasure a woman until she climaxes before you start seeking your own pleasure.
Drawing from his several years of experience as a sex therapist, Dr. Ian Kerner uses this book to teach men the ABC of giving women the right stimulation that results in toe-curling orgasms.
He Comes Next by Ian Kerner
After getting those orgasms, it’s now the job of the woman to take her man to the ninth cloud. In He Comes Next, Dr. Ian Kerner teaches women how to transform themselves from just lying down, to giving premium pleasure.
Slow Sex by Diana Richardson
Some men think that being “strong in bed” means pounding her recklessly like a blacksmith beating an iron into shape. No, please! That’s not it. In this book, Diana Richardson takes you on a journey to unlearn the hard, fast orgasm-driven sprint and learn how to practice a slow, passionate, sustainable, and pleasurable intimacy.
The Science of Kissing by Sheril Kirshenbaum
Some people say that kissing is more intimate than having actual sex. While you may want to argue this, you can’t wave off the fact that a passionate kiss is the starting point of intense lovemaking. The Science of Kissing teaches you everything you need to know about kissing your partner and setting the mood for coitus.
Pleasure Activism by Adrienne Maree Brown
Pleasure Activism explores the relationship between social justice, healing, and pleasure. This book doesn’t focus solely on intimacy like the other titles on this list. However, it teaches how embracing pleasure can lead to a more fulfilling sex life.
Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
Come As You Are gives a detailed explanation of women’s body, their complexities, and how to find their pleasure points. It demolishes the myths and societal stigma that make women feel inadequate, and shy about seeking sexual pleasure.
This book is ideal for women who find it difficult to reach orgasm. It will help you sort out those inner feelings of inadequacy and other thoughts that clog your mind and make you non-receptive to maximal pleasure.
Boys & Sex by Peggy Orenstein
Boys & Sex
Boys & Sex
- 26 min reading time
- audio version available
It’s sad to see the extent to which young men can go just to get laid. In this insightful read, Peggy Orenstein presents her findings from two years of inquiry into the sex lives of young men. The book explores several lust-driven vices including hookup culture, porn, and consent.
It is a must-read for every young man who wants to avoid or deal with the chronic problems that come with heightened libido. It’s also an ideal gift to give your boy child as he grows into the burdensome age of mating curiosity.
Girls & Sex by Peggy Orenstein
Peggy Orenstein also has this phenomenal book for girls and young women. In this book, the author explores how pop culture, movies, and fantasy romance books hurt young women as they get into the age of lovemaking.
Just like the former, this book is an ideal gift for your girl child as she reaches maturity. It is also recommended for parents who’re raising young daughters.
The Sex & Relationships Collection by Blinkist
Blinkist has a collection of sex books that will teach you everything you need to know about intimacy and pleasure. You will also find a collection of books that will help you and your partner achieve premium orgasms in the Shared Orgasms collection on Blinkist.
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