Pinterest0 Cover As anyone knows, I absolutely love reading new books and learning new knowledge. As such, when I think I could use more information on a topic, I usually pick up a book about this. This is the same case. I ended up purchasing this book from EdenFantasys , and this review is my take.
The book is split into fourteen chapters. The front side shows a bare-chested man smiling on a white bed with the title of the book quite pronounced. The image was taken from GettyImages and really has nothing to do with anal sex.
Either way, both front cover and back cover, along with the diagrams inside of the book, make this a book you should probably keep at home for house reading. Back cover Overall, the writing is a little bland. Who am I kidding? Some of the information is extremely outdated and just downright dangerous for use now.
Some of the organization left me wondering about why. My biggest problem really was the writing style. It was extremely hard to get into and reading this book to write the review actually became a chore in some parts. I guess, as always, I will go chapter-by-chapter for the information. Each myth is talked about in a couple paragraphs saying while those beliefs are wrong. This chapter includes a couple diagrams and shows the different parts of the butt.
It includes a very small section about the g-spot, but aside from that, no female distinctions from the male anal are mentioned. This chapter completely focuses on the male.
From there, it talks about different exercises the male can do to strengthen and get familiarized with the anal muscles. Bill Brent also talks about why prostate massage is healthy for you. Another short chapter at about fifteen pages. He talks about step-by-step, the best ways to start exploring your anal area. This chapter is only ten pages long. This is where I got confused about organization. I just felt that I should learn about anal sex and everything else before you go into an entire twenty page section on enemas.
Yeah, I would run. The gist of this chapter is about enemas, although you get one page on how to shave as well as one page on diet. It talks about the importance of discussing it beforehand, your right to say no, the togetherness it will bring, and how to set the scene. It also talks about the importance of discussing safe sex beforehand. We get a step-by-step guide on how to put on a condom, information on latex and non-latex condoms, and information on the female condom.
And of course, obviously outdated information. For example, he recommends that, if you want safest sex, you use two condoms at once. We then get information about the different types of lubricant. Water-based, oil-based, and silicone-based. From the way the text was written, it looks like when this was written, silicone-based lubricant was still pretty new.
We then receive information about butt plugs, dildos, vibrators, harnesses, and specialty toys. Nothing is mentioned about phthalates or anything, so I assume this was before that was a problem. The age also shows in recommendations to buy the toys. S who is this? A small paragraph includes Good Vibrations, but aside from that, very little about the online community is included. Less than ten pages is dedicated to this. Since this is where most people lack experience, I wish there would have been more.
He talks about how to get comfy for it, washing beforehand, barriers, and health concerns with rimming. A lot of the stuff included in this chapter is stuff I felt that was common sense. It has tips for insertion for the insertive partner and receiving for the receptive partner. This chapter also really focuses on the spirituality of anal sex.
We then get into the health risks which is kept short and simple. From there, we actually get to see all sorts of diagrams about different positions can sex can be done in. Lots of different body types shown in these seven positions. From penetration, we jump straight to chapter This chapter really does focus on the spirituality of fisting as well as focuses on never taking it farther than you can. We get a step-by-step guide on how to fist as well as some tips on relaxation to allow fisting.
From there, it talks about different pairings of experience and the best way to get it from there. Little detail is given to any of them, but we get a run down on why gender play has to do with anal everyone has one. Most of it is about health related problems when it comes to scat play.
Chapter 12 scares and confuses me. For example, he talks about how poppers should be use without lubricant and whatnot. He also talks about the effects that drugs will have on your anal sex experience as well as this: This chapter also covers what each drug does to your body. It talks about how to find an anal-friendly doctor and some of the anal health issues that can appear with or without anal sex.
Chapter 14 is all about the resources. It includes videos, books, and webpages that would be helpful on your journey. If you want to learn some of the basics of enjoying anal sex, this is the book for you.