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Sexual Jihad
by Nick Kalvin, M.d.

Sexual Jihad is an adult, adventure, fiction novel about the world’s top ranked female tennis players.They are kidnapped in an act of modern Jihad or Holy War. In Islam, this makes them sexual slaves of the devout man who captures them. The girls vanish the night before the Finals at the U.S. Open in New York. The Sheik has them drugged and shipped around the globe to Bam-e Dunya, “Roof of the World,” in isolated, rugged mountains of Afghanistan’s Wakhan Corridor, once part of the Silk Road to China. He keeps them in an old lion-act cage, plans to make sons with them for the coming Caliphate. Despite three wives, he lacks a son. His lineage, which goes back 1500 years, will end without a male heir. An ardent tennis fan, Sheik Prince revives the old Islamic practice, inspired by current Muslim fundamentalist scholars. The lion cage is hidden in Stable Cave Mountain,where his Golden Lion tribe was founded. The girls’ situation seems hopeless. The Sheik allows them to play their final in an adjoining tennis cage. He puts on a festive camel roast to show them off and promote Sexual Jihad. An Oxford grad, handsome, confident, he videos the marathon, no-tie-break match and distributes it. Other sheiks ogle the girls, then plan to target desirable Infidel females around the globe. Yet, in his culture, Prince, who educates tribe girls as well as boys, and bans FGM, (female genital mutilation), is considered a hero by Muslim females. Devout, loving wives support his Jihad project to make babies in a cage, “with those his right hand doth possess.”

Extraordinary Sex
by Dawn D. Whincock

What is “ordinary but extraordinary” sex? Imagine the basics. Foreplay, taking the clothes off, handjobs, blowjobs, and plain ole’ no-crazy-positions sex. That’s what we’re talking about here. Just the normal stuff. Nothing crazy. Nothing too extravagant or complicated. We’re just talking about the basics. But we’re going to explain how the make the basics, better. How to make them the best versions of themselves. How to have the best foreplay, take your clothes off in the sexiest way, give the most teasing hand job, tantalizing blowjob, and finish the night with the best possible sex. This is your guide to the best ordinary sex you’ll ever have.

Sex at Dawn
by Christopher Ryan, Cacilda Jetha

In this controversial, thought-provoking, and brilliant book, renegade thinkers Christopher Ryan and Cacilda JethÁ debunk almost everything we “know” about sex, weaving together convergent, frequently overlooked evidence from anthropology, archaeology, primatology, anatomy, and psychosexuality to show how far from human nature monogamy really is. In Sex at Dawn, the authors expose the ancient roots of human sexuality while pointing toward a more optimistic future illuminated by our innate capacities for love, cooperation, and generosity.


The End of Sex
by Donna Freitas

Hookup culture dominates the lives of college students today. Most students spend hours agonizing over their hopes for Friday night and, later, dissecting the evenings’ successes or failures, often wishing that the social contract of the hookup would allow them to ask for more out of sexual intimacy. The pressure to participate comes from all directions—from peers, the media, and even parents. But how do these expectations affect students themselves? And why aren’t parents and universities helping students make better-informed decisions about sex and relationships?

In The End of Sex, Donna Freitas draws on her own extensive research to reveal what young men and women really want when it comes to sex and romance. Surveying thousands of college students and conducting extensive one-on-one interviews at religious, secular public, and secular private schools, Freitas discovered that many students—men and women alike—are deeply unhappy with hookup culture. Meaningless hookups have led them to associate sexuality with ambivalence, boredom, isolation, and loneliness, yet they tend to accept hooking up as an unavoidable part of college life. Freitas argues that, until students realize that there are many avenues that lead to sex and long-term relationships, the vast majority will continue to miss out on the romance, intimacy, and satisfying sex they deserve.

An honest, sympathetic portrait of the challenges of young adulthood, The End of Sex will strike a chord with undergraduates, parents, and faculty members who feel that students deserve more than an endless cycle of boozy one night stands. Freitas offers a refreshing take on this charged topic—and a solution that depends not on premarital abstinence or unfettered sexuality, but rather a healthy path between the two.


The Everything Great Sex Book
by Bobbi Dempsey

There’s good sex, and then there’s great sex.

Toe-curling, shivering, wake-the-neighbors sex. But how do you get from one to the other? The answers are at your fingertips!

Inside this revealing reference, you’ll find dozens of illustrated positions and valuable advice as veteran sex writer Bobbi Dempsey teaches you:

  • How to get naughty with games and sex talk
  • Ways to position yourself for more enjoyable oral
  • New tips on how to find and tantalize the g-spot
  • What position works best during pregnancy–or to conceive
  • How to jumpstart a lagging libido
  • The secret to sustaining multiple orgasms
  • And much more!

With updated information on doing the deed in new or unusual locations, how your health affects your sex life, and getting daring (handcuffs, anyone?), Dempsey truly does cover–and uncover!–it all. So why wait? Dial up the passion and go from good to great.


Sex and the City and Us
by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

The bestselling author of Seinfeldia offers a fascinating retrospective of the iconic and award-winning television series, Sex and the City, in a “bubbly, yet fierce cultural dissection of the groundbreaking show” (Chicago Tribune).

This is the story of how a columnist, two gay men, and a writers’ room full of women used their own poignant, hilarious, and humiliating stories to launch a cultural phenomenon. They endured shock, slut-shaming, and a slew of nasty reviews on their way to eventual—if still often begrudging—respect. The show wasn’t perfect, but it revolutionized television for women.

When Candace Bushnell began writing for the New York Observer, she didn’t think anyone beyond the Upper East Side would care about her adventures among the Hamptons-hopping media elite. But her struggles with singlehood struck a chord. Beverly Hills, 90210 creator Darren Star brought her vision to an even wider audience when he adapted the column for HBO. Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha launched a barrage of trends, forever branded the actresses that took on the roles, redefined women’s relationship to sex and elevated the perception of singlehood.

Featuring exclusive new interviews with the cast and writers, including star Sarah Jessica Parker, creator Darren Star, executive producer Michael Patrick King, and author Candace Bushnell, “Jennifer Keishin Armstrong brings readers inside the writers’ room and into the scribes’ lives…The writing is fizzy and funny, but she still manages an in-depth look at a show that’s been analyzed for decades, giving readers a retrospective as enjoyable as a $20 pink cocktail” (The Washington Post). Sex and the City and Us is both a critical and nostalgic behind-the-scenes look at a television series that changed the way women see themselves.


Sex 365 Dare You To…
by Penny Warren

Sex 365 Dare You To … entices lovers into bed for some exciting adult playtime. By setting each other sexy dares, lovers can experiment with new activities, positions, and techniques (ones they may have been too shy to suggest). The result: their sex life gets an instant shake-up and they’ll start looking at each other in a whole new erotic light. Each idea is illustrated with full-color, full-length photography to provide erotic inspiration, while playful, descriptive text gives intimate how-to instructions for both him and her.

Couples can decide which direction they want their sex life to go: more romantic, playful, sexy, or kinky, and turn to the relevant chapter. Alternatively, they can work through the book from day 1 to day 365-by the end no sexual challenge will make them blush again. Also included is a spread at the end of the book that helps readers to pick the ultimate dare-one that is selected at random.

365 Dare You To … is the perfect bed companion. Its combination of lighthearted text and erotic whole-body photographs will make readers drop their inhibitions in preparation for a journey of intense sexual discovery.


This Thing We Call Sex
by David Steinberg

In this long-anticipated collection, columnist, photographer, critic, and sexual explorer David Steinberg has gathered the best of his essays, anecdotes, and photographs into a uniquely insightful, engaging overview of sex in America. For 25 years, Steinberg has documented the American sexual landscape from teenage sexuality to Viagra, swingers’ parties to erotic spirituality, lap dancing to women’s sexual liberation, fine art sexual photography to pornography, homophobia to BDSM. He calls on readers to question their sexual assumptions and fears, and to embrace sex as an opportunity for intimacy, self-understanding, and psychic adventure. Rejecting sensationalized rhetoric rooted in shame and fear, Steinberg offers an emotionally grounded understanding of a topic that is endlessly debated but rarely approached with depth and calm awareness. Whimsical, philosophical, unapologetically political, and revealingly personal, This Thing We Call Sex will take you into sexual worlds that include Marco Vassi, the Marquis de Sade, 19th-century feminist Victoria Woodhull, erotic photographer Jan Saudek, and porn producer Kink.com, exploring the spectrum of human sexuality with an unflinching eye, a compassionate heart, and a keen mind. After reading this book, you will find yourself doing the same.

The Everything Sex Signs Book
by Constance Stellas

Lower your voice to seduce a Scorpio.
Kiss the Bull’s neck to make him see red.
Start a fling with a Cancer at the new moon.

Every sun sign has its match–in and out of bed. In this hot new edition of the classic bestseller, you’ll learn the sensual secrets of the zodiac, including how to:

  • Find their sexual soulmate using the author’s sign compatibility quiz
  • Act and dress to attract any sign
  • Ravish that special someone with sign-specific sexual techniques
  • Determine the best (and worst) sun-sign matches

With in-depth quizzes and descriptions of the sexual characteristics, favorite fantasies, and compatible matches of each sign, this entertaining guide is guaranteed to heat up any couple’s sex life–one heavenly body at a time!