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HOW TO TALK DIRTY: The Original "How To Talk Dirty Guide" Includes 505 Examples of Sexting, Phone Sex, Hardcore & Kinky Sex Ideas Plus More Kindle Edition
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The book is well written in plain and forthright wording. There are no twists and turns for one to become lost, and the chapters are set up in a logical manner with only a bit of rehashing of information. In an effort to be supportive, the author used the format of regular speech to present an open dialog with readers, as if having a face-to-face conversation. However, a side effect of the attempt at supportiveness is redundant bouts of reassuring the reader that she, or he, is headed in the right direction for needed information. The speech is geared toward females, though could be useful for either sex. Over all, the book does what it sets out to do, which is give readers information that most would never seek from a public discussion.
The author talks about building intimacy and feeling comfortable with your man. When she refers to intimacy she isn't necessarily referring to sex. She stresses the importance of getting to know someone and letting them get to know you. She also appreciates that not everybody is going to be able to start using real hard core language, plus she emphasises that it's not just what you say but how you say it. A whisper in his ear with something quite mild can have the desired affect. Especially if you are shy, because let's face it not everybody is going to be comfortable or confident to start with.
This is a useful guide to anyone who might be interested or feel that they might need a little help. The author does offer suggestions, but also gives tips on how to look elsewhere for help. Although this book is aimed at a female audience, personally I think men could benefit from reading a lot of the techniques described in this as well.