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Ask Me Anything: A Sex Therapist Answers the Most Important Questions for the '90s Paperback – 1 Dec 1996
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Amazon.com: 4 reviews
12 August 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
good read just for the hell of it.
Ask Me Anything
13 February 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
Everything went as planned. I received fast service and the book was in great shape, as described. My experience was great!
Practical sex-positive inspiration and a good laugh.
25 August 1997 - Published on Amazon.com
18 people found this helpful.
Marty Klein candidly explores the most intimate issues we faceas sexually alive beings. The book is a good cover to cover read aswell as an excellent resource book for questions you might have on any aspect of human sexuality. For instance, you might look up what Dr. Klein has to say about desire, fantasy, oral sex, or masturbation -- there are lots of questions on those topics. Some questions are just as entertaining as the answers, for example: "I heard of someone whose erection didn't go away. Why? How do I arrange this?" Of course Dr. Klein informed this person of the painful and unfortunate medical condition called Priapism. From why we get hornier in the summer to the challenges of asking what you want from a partner to the potential dangers of blowing air into a vagina during oral sex, Dr. Klein brings us practical health and medical information with respect and a boundless sense of humor. The chapter on spirituality is refreshing and unusual for a book of its scope. The chapter on homosexuality is short but I think strategically so, as it is palatable to the widest possible audience. I am grateful for Dr. Klein's validating, direct and responsible approach a topic as essential, vital and complex as human sexuality.
Dr. Robert S. McCord
The part of Sex Education you didn't ask.
24 May 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Great book, it's just as it says people ask questions and this PHD answers them in everyday lingo with a technical justification not an opinion.