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  • Taschenbuch: 224 Seiten
  • Verlag: William Morrow Paperbacks; Auflage: Paperback. (29. Januar 2008)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0060834390
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060834395
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 1,4 x 21 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 169.590 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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“In Passionista, his pleasure is all yours!” (Tracey Cox, bestselling author of SuperSex)

“Passionista satisfies the reader with tasty morsels of sexual enlightenment, nibble by nibble, bite by bite.” (Lou Paget, best-selling author of How to Be a Great Lover and The Great Lover Playbook)

Synopsis

Time to learn all about what makes men turn on and stay on. In the spirit of 'full exposure' this is the closest you'll ever come to waking up in a guy's skin and knowing what truly makes him sexually tick. Sexual pleasure goes beyond tips and tactics, however. Our sexual identities and the expression, gratification, and growth of these identities is fundamental to the success of our intimate relationships. In step by step, and yes, 'bow by blow' detail, Kerner provides a clear, concise, achievable vision of sexual pleasure, one in which each technique forwards the action, and where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Written in the same witty, insightful, and utterly readable voice that has made "She Comes First" and "Be Honest You're Not That Into Him Either" so popular, this is the thinking woman's guide to enjoying sex to the fullest, and ensuring that he does the same.

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Von Zardos am 2. Juni 2012
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This book is not poor in and out. Interesting and useful for example is Kerner's advice, that a whole day, spent together leisurely and in positive excitement, can be regarded as a foreplay, or that one should not feel embarassed about ones sexual fantasies, because they are nothing more than a mean to turn oneself on.
But it has one decisive handicap:
When he writes, that the specific male sexual inhibition is caused by an ubiquitous male tendency to protect the "family jewels", from being "chipped off", Kerner starts from the wrong theoretical assumption, namely the good old Freudian castration complex (although not calling it by name).
For example he claims that a naked man who searches his way through an unknown, dark, densely furnished room, always protects his genitals with one hand. Personally I can not confirm this. Women never missed the opportunity to tell me how typical male I am, but obviously not in this respect: I prefer to have both hands free in case I stumble upon something.
This outdated theoretical starting point makes the book all in all contradictory and confused.
For example Kerner can not solve the paradox why men on one hand are said to be anxious about the safety of their private parts and on the other hand, beginning with masturbation in puberty, are said to be exclusively fixated on their penis if they want to experience sexual pleasure. At the end of Kerners book it even turns out that it is much more difficult for the ambitious female lover to trick her partner into anal stimulation of his "male G-Spot", which only marginally belongs to the traditional "family jewels", than to get his allowance for various experiments with his most precious piece.
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Your friendly neighborhood sex therapist 5. Februar 2006
Von Jenny "North" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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That's what the author calls himself and his voice is really honest and friendly. I loved this book because it was focused on the male mind and had some really new things to say about the male body. Just when you think you've known everything there is to know about the penis, Kerner gives you some really new things to think about. Most of all he makes you feel really confident and I've already put some of the techniques into action. I also emailed him with a question and he emailed me right back!!!! I guess he really is my friendly neighborhood sex therapist, even though I live in Portlan and he lives in New York.
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A surprise 21. Januar 2006
Von Lianne - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This wasn't what I was expecting, but turned out to be so much more intense and interesting. If what you're looking for is a bunch of tips there are plenty of other books that will give you that like Lou Paget and the other sexperts. This is really a look inside the male mind and how they approach sex and where their fantasies and fears come from and that great sex is more than knowing how to perform oral sex. It's easy to think from She Comes First that that's what this book is going to be about, but really it's just a small piece of a bigger idea. The book is a little dense in places, but it's also really friendly and I think it's unique to hear a guy talk so openly about what's really going inside a guy's head when it comes to sex.
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Enjoyable and Refreshing 3. Oktober 2009
Von dragonfly - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Dr. Ian Kerner puts into words what women are thinking but have not or could not convey to their male partners: Great sex is integral to a relationship based on "intellectual , emotional, and spiritual compatibility." Kerner outlines techniques and ambiance but only after explaining the male sexual anatomy, physiology, and psychology and emphasizing the cultivation of intimacy and desire.

I found it revealing to peek into the male psyche, as Kerner delves into the male-side of the sex story, addressing the differences in how each gender feels about or is influenced by sex and porn, fantasies and penis size, and sexual excitement and love. It was interesting to have the "family jewels" pointed out as both the center of control, the driver of desire, but at the same time, as a locus of vulnerability and sensitivity. (However, the "vulnerability and sensitivity" may only refer to the physical, rather than the emotional for some.) And, it was rousing, almost stimulating, to hear that for men in long-term relationships, "the sex act is the primary conduit for expressing their feelings... [a] path to achieving a true sense of intimacy with a romantic partner."

Now having armed yourself with the knowledge of what "he" feels and deals with, Kerner rubs the female ego with "women, be fierce" anecdotes -- anecdotes about the Woman on the Shaky Bridge and the White Tigress and, despite the gender gap and an even greater sexual gender gap, encourages women to teach their man about "global orgasms" and to begin foreplay outside the bedroom. That is, to explain to make love, not with their penises, but with their entire selves, and that foreplay is the mental component of sex and is about infusing the relationship with a lust for life.

As Kerner states, "Passion is born in the mind, [and in] a healthy, long-term relationship, desire isn't about fulfilling a need to have sex, but rather desiring sex with a particular person [because] sex is ideally a holistic integration of emotional desire and intimacy, intellectual spark and creativity, sensual and physical arousal." At this point, he's preaching to the choir. And I start wondering what he wrote in his first book She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman, which now I'll have to read to ensure he sent a message I agree with.

In an amusing tone, Kerner reminded me that men have issues and specific desires as well as differences in sexual needs and approaches, especially if there are differences in personalities, such as a Thrill-Seeker versus Familiarity-Lover. And that the sexual relationship is the culmination of the relationship itself. That is, a healthy relationship begets a healthy sexual relationship. A healthy sexual relationship represents a healthy relationship. And, that hinges on mutual communication, trust, and respect.

I gave a 3-star because it wasn't revealing but an amusing read - a good refresher for those who are in long-term relationship, and I suppose it's enlightening for those who are starting out.
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Very feminist and psychological 10. Januar 2006
Von Brooke - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I think of myself as a thinking woman, so the title hooked me. The book is definitely long on male psychology and issues affecting male desire and less focused on techniques. It's nothing like a magazine article. But there's so much great stuff in here, and the thing I love most is that the book is really feminist and inspiring. It's not just focused on giving pleasure, but also on receiving. I would have liked some more techniques personally, but after She Comes First and He Comes NExt, maybe we can look forward to We Come Together.
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Good for Basics 12. April 2007
Von gotenough69 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I got "she comes first" for my husband 3 weeks before I bought this book. She comes first is one of the best book purchases ever. Based on that, I bought this book. It has some good info on the psychological side of a man's sexual needs, and a few tips and techniques for women. It was a little dry, and I felt the focus kept coming back to me, the woman. It is a very nonjudgmental book, and is very reassuring. It does not expect some amazing bedroom act, rather it shows you how your own emotional tendencies are found in him, and how to satisfy them. It is a simple book with simple techniques that are extremely effective. I WOULD RECCOMEND THIS BOOK, AND IT'S EVEN BETTER IF YOU GET "SHE COMES FIRST" WITH IT. My husband has turned into a different person since this book, and I am loving it.
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