Boomers tell all: sex then, sex now, and the sex secrets that bring erotic satifsaction at any age
Seventy percent of Baby Boomers still listen to rock'n' roll. They still take drugs--only now they're hormones, Prozac and Viagra. Now, the question is: Are they still having sex? And if so--how good is it?
In this provocative portrait of a generation's sexual habits, Susan Crain Bakos reveals what's really going on behind the Boomers' bedroom doors. You'll be surprised by which couples make love most frequently--and at the sexual practices preferred by the men and women who rocked at Woodstock and marched on Washington. Best of all, she shares their wisdom and wild experiences in tips and advice about lovemaking. The result is a holistic approach to great sex for any generation, before or during mid-life--and beyond. Don't miss:
Making love the second time around, and why older women and younger men are a great fit
The new need for foreplay for men, and the most delicious ways to turn him on
Lovemaking secrest: Boomers share their best moves from three X-rated Oriental tricks to favorite intercourse positions for sore knees and bad backs
Longtime marriages, lots of sex: find out what keeps lovemaking sensational after 25 years
Different strokes: bisexual, straight, gay, or kinky, Boomers are still breaking down barriers.
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Susan Crain Bakos is the author of What Men Really Want, Kink, Sexational Secrets, and many other books. She is a contributor to magazines such as Penthouse, Redbook, and Cosmopolitan, and currently lives in Washington, D.C.From Library Journal:
The subtitle hints at more than this book delivers. In fact, despite the subject (the sex life of baby boomers), it's slow reading. Bakos (What Men Really Want), a popular sex writer, bases her study on dozens of interviews and hundreds of responses to her 25-item questionnaire. Considering that there are 77 million boomers, her results come from a very small slice of the population: she admits that 112 responses came from St. Louis county alone and that the respondents are disproportionately white, middle-class professionals, 60 percent women and largely heterosexual. Each chapter recounts personal stories of sexual encounters; the endless small print is broken up with boxes offering wordy survey results, Boomer Sex Tips, "sound bites" of overheard conversation, and quotes from Sixties songs. Still Sexy is neither a textbook on the sexual practices of the baby boomer nor a stimulating read; although the title may attract public library patrons, they will put it down as quickly as they pick it up.ASusan E. Burdick, MLS, Reading, PA
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Book Description St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2000. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0312971516