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Anal Sex Basics

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Anal sex doesn't have to be scary or painful - you deserve to know how to make it safer, more comfortable, and more pleasurable.

Sex educator Carlyle Jansen has all of the tips and techniques to ease you into butt play and anal pleasure. Anal play is so much more than just intercourse. Learn all of the sexiest secrets to fingering, licking, and using toys. Even try some erotic fantasy and role play. Discover the pleasure of G-spot stimulation for some and even more styles of stimulation.

So try something new with your lover. Anal Sex Basics covers everything a beginner to butt play will need, from choosing your lube to learning the best positions. But more than just technique, this guide also helps you to bring up anal sex with your partner and make your adventures as fun and safe as possible.

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Format Paperback
Pages 176
Year Published 2016

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Carlyle Jansen is the founder of Good For Her, Toronto's premiere sexuality shop and workshop center, and producer of the annual Feminist Porn Awards. Carlyle has been teaching workshops and coaching individuals and couples looking to enhance their sexual lives since 1995. Passionate about education for everyone, her teaching audience ranges from sexual health professionals and sex therapists to youth and parents, TV audiences as well as informal groups of folks looking to fun ways to improve their sexual experiences. She is a regular contributor to Tonic Magazine and has been featured on Discovery Channel, Women's Television Network, Toronto Star, Maclean's Magazine, Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette, CBC, and many television stations and documentaries.