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Doing It
by Hannah Witton

SEXTING. VIRGINITY. CONSENT. THE BIG O… Sex-positive vlogger Hannah Witton covers it all.

Nobody really has sex all figured out. So Hannah Witton wrote a book full of honest, hilarious (and sometimes awkward) anecdotes, confessions, and revelations. Hannah talks about doing it safely. Doing it joyfully. Doing it when you’re ready. Not doing it. Basically, doing it the way you want, when you want (if you want).

Doing It works as an introduction to sex as well as a guidebook for those who are already sexually active, with insight on topics such as healthy relationships, porn, contraception, sex shaming, and more. Approachable and empowering, this is a go-to resource for all things s-e-x.


Let’s Talk about Sex
by Robie H. Harris

This updated, 15th anniversary edition of the definitive book on kids’ sexual health brings this trusted resource into the twenty-first century, with a brand-new chapter focusing on safe internet use – one of parents’ key concerns. Providing accurate and up-to-date answers to nearly every imaginable question, from conception and puberty to birth control and AIDS, it offers young people the information they need – now more than ever – to make responsible decisions and stay healthy.

Let’s Talk about S-e-x
by Sam Gitchel, Lorri Foster

Sex remains one of the least comfortable and thus least discussed topics between parents and children. Even the most enlightened parent can get queasy at the prospect of “the talk,” despite its importance in helping youngsters become well-informed teens and responsible adults. Let’s Talk About S-E-X is a short, illustrated book that parent and child can sit down and read together. First created by Planned Parenthood in the 1980s, and taking a simple, factual approach to the subject, the book makes that crucial conversation possible and even enjoyable by encouraging open dialogue; offering clear, correct information; and giving strategies for age-appropriate discussions that neither judge nor frighten. The book discusses feelings, what’s normal, how and why the body changes, making sense of love and sex, STDs, and much more. The simple language and illustrations invite young readers to revisit the information if they have not absorbed it all in one sitting.

Let’s Talk about Guys, Girls and Sex
by Swati Shome

 A Modern Approach to Sex Education

SEX is NEVER an EASY SUBJECT to talk about. And that, perhaps, is why most people KNOW so LITTLE about it. LET’S TALK about GUYS, GIRLS and SEX takes a LIGHT-HEARTED yet ILLUMINATING STANCE and starts a very IMPORTANT DIALOGUE.

The journey from teenage to adulthood is often the most daunting. And to make it even more complicated, there is heaps of seldom-verifiable information online. Can you catch AIDS by having lunch with a HIV positive friend? What is an erection? Is this love or just lust? What are the different contraceptives available in the market? How does one get pregnant?  

Targeted at young adults and their parents, each chapter starts with a story that makes the topic easy to relate to. Author Swati Shome uses her years of experience with young adults to open the channels of communication. Everything you need to know about the mystery that surrounds sex lies within these pages. 

SO COME ON… LET’S TALK!

Swati Shome has a PhD in cell biology, and has been zigzagging between the USA and India her whole life. She attended primary school in the USA, high school and undergraduate college in India, and did her Masters, PhD and post-doc in the USA. She currently lives in India. 


Sex Coloring Activity Book Let’s Play: Mazes, Dot to Dot, Wordsearch, Coloring, Sudoku and More. (Funny and Naughty Activity Coloring Book for Adults.
by Elvira Diamond

LIMITED TIME DISCOUNT! Great value (Regular $ 14.99 )NEW Sex Activity book on Black Paper ! For hot minded grown ups!

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*Please know that our book contains erotic pictures and is not intended for children.

Sex Activity Adult Coloring Book:

  • Contains Mazes, Dot to Dot, Wordsearch, Coloring, Sudoku and more.
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  • The Variety of Pages Ensure There is Something for Every Skill Level..

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Let’s Talk Sex
by Davina McCall, Anita Naik

“Great Britain has the highest teenage pregancy and STI rates in Western Europe. And sex and relationship education in this country is not compulsory. A third of teenagers lose their virginity under the age of 16, yet two thirds of young women say sex education lessons failed to meet their needs. A policy was introduced in 1999 to halve teenage pregnancies by 2010, but it s very slow so far teen pregnancies have been reduced by only nine per cent. Here, in this practical and straightforward guide to teaching our children about sex, Davina McCall sets out to discover why the situation is so bad, and what can be done to improve it. All aspects of sex education from self-esteem and relationships to contraception and pregnancy are covered and the book contains a ‘sex test’ so you can find out exactly how much you and your children actually know about the birds and the bees.

Let’s Make Love
by Jack Dominian

This book explores the inner meaning of sexual intercourse and reveals the secret language of human love. Dominian challenges the prejudices and preconceptions of both liberals and conservatives in the churches.

Let’s Talk about S-e-x
by Sam Gitchel, Lorri Foster

Sex remains one of the least comfortable and thus least discussed topics between parents and children. Even the most enlightened parent can get queasy at the prospect of “the talk,” despite its importance in helping youngsters become well-informed teens and responsible adults. Let’s Talk About S-E-X is a short, illustrated book that parent and child can sit down and read together. First created by Planned Parenthood in the 1980s, and taking a simple, factual approach to the subject, the book makes that crucial conversation possible and even enjoyable by encouraging open dialogue; offering clear, correct information; and giving strategies for age-appropriate discussions that neither judge nor frighten. The book discusses feelings, what’s normal, how and why the body changes, making sense of love and sex, STDs, and much more. The simple language and illustrations invite young readers to revisit the information if they have not absorbed it all in one sitting.

Let’s Enjoy Sex with Brain Science
by Hajime Jozuka, M. D.

Let’s Enjoy Sex with Brain Science     By: Hajime Jozuka, M. D.   According to increasing of reduction of young age on the first sexual experience, young people who do not experience the supreme sensation, called orgasm, in a sexual intercourse, have been decreasing and decreasing continuously. As a result, humans are starting to get bored of one another. Many young people leave sexual behavior and it will be natural that the population will reduce. Of course, decreasing of population is due to un-enjoyable situations in contemporary society. For example, those who enjoy “Smartphones and Games” more than people, friends, co-workers, etc., will always say that the Smartphone gives a deep, interesting feeling compared with sexual behavior with other person, which is felt too troublesome compared to playing with a Smartphone. The fact is they do not experience how deep a sensation the sexual supreme sensation is, but, once they have experienced the sensation of orgasm, they will have to fall in the sexual behavior. “Let’s enjoy real human sensation.” Humans have the scientific idea as a result. Humans have supreme sensation!