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The founders of Babeland, the nation's most popular sex-toy boutique, offers a real-world guide to getting satisfied, with frank answers to frequently asked questions-and lots of sexy color photographs of attractive real people When Babeland opened its doors in 1993 in Seattle, it filled the need for a "toy store" that made customers feel comfortable, and a non- threateni The founders of Babeland, the nation's most popular sex-toy boutique, offers a real-world guide to getting satisfied, with frank answers to frequently asked questions-and lots of sexy color photographs of attractive real people When Babeland opened its doors in 1993 in Seattle, it filled the need for a "toy store" that made customers feel comfortable, and a non- threatening environment for asking intimate questions about sex. Fast- forward to the twenty-first century: taboos continue to fade, and Babeland has opened new stores coast to coast and online. Thousands of men and women have attended Babeland workshops, gleaning details on how to give and get mind-blowing orgasms. Now this core curriculum-with its spirit of open-minded playfulness-is available to everyone. Easing anxiety about bodily pleasure, Moregasm is for women of all ages and the men (and women) who love them. Detailed and comprehensive, it's an exuberant and friendly manual of modern sex, filled with stylish photographs and illustrations, questions, suggestions, personal stories from real people, and easy to follow advice. More fun than any other sex guide and offering the most in-depth, up- to-date information, it's a must-have for anyone who's ever done it, wants to do it, or wants to do it better.


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The founders of Babeland, the nation's most popular sex-toy boutique, offers a real-world guide to getting satisfied, with frank answers to frequently asked questions-and lots of sexy color photographs of attractive real people When Babeland opened its doors in 1993 in Seattle, it filled the need for a "toy store" that made customers feel comfortable, and a non- threateni The founders of Babeland, the nation's most popular sex-toy boutique, offers a real-world guide to getting satisfied, with frank answers to frequently asked questions-and lots of sexy color photographs of attractive real people When Babeland opened its doors in 1993 in Seattle, it filled the need for a "toy store" that made customers feel comfortable, and a non- threatening environment for asking intimate questions about sex. Fast- forward to the twenty-first century: taboos continue to fade, and Babeland has opened new stores coast to coast and online. Thousands of men and women have attended Babeland workshops, gleaning details on how to give and get mind-blowing orgasms. Now this core curriculum-with its spirit of open-minded playfulness-is available to everyone. Easing anxiety about bodily pleasure, Moregasm is for women of all ages and the men (and women) who love them. Detailed and comprehensive, it's an exuberant and friendly manual of modern sex, filled with stylish photographs and illustrations, questions, suggestions, personal stories from real people, and easy to follow advice. More fun than any other sex guide and offering the most in-depth, up- to-date information, it's a must-have for anyone who's ever done it, wants to do it, or wants to do it better.

30 review for Moregasm: Babeland's Guide to Mind-Blowing Sex

  1. 5 out of 5

    Seregon

    I had a chance while waiting for a friend to actually read through this book, pretty much cover to cover. I am SO disappointed in it! There are several reasons, but here are the top 3: 1. Stop sexualizing breasts. They're no more "sexual" than men's (yes men have breast tissue, just not as much of it). Is this area erogenous for a lot of women? Sure. But it's erogenous for a lot of men, too. 2. Stop saying foreskin is removed for "traditional" purposes. It's done for health reasons. Forget the aes I had a chance while waiting for a friend to actually read through this book, pretty much cover to cover. I am SO disappointed in it! There are several reasons, but here are the top 3: 1. Stop sexualizing breasts. They're no more "sexual" than men's (yes men have breast tissue, just not as much of it). Is this area erogenous for a lot of women? Sure. But it's erogenous for a lot of men, too. 2. Stop saying foreskin is removed for "traditional" purposes. It's done for health reasons. Forget the aesthetic of it being cut, it's also more healthy and carries less bacteria. 3. And this is the BIG problem: Stop pushing the false myth of a hymen in women! It.Does.Not.Exist! Female virginity is NOT a tangible entity. There is NO layer of skin to "break through". Very few women bleed. If bleeding happens it's because of lack of muscle adjustment to the penis (the vaginal walls are muscle) and/or lack of lubrication. It doesn't matter if it's the 1st time or the 1001st time, if you don't let the woman adjust and if there's no lubrication it will hurt and bleeding can still occur. It it's been a while from one sexual encounter to another there will be a similar reaction and also soreness (akin to going back to the gym after several weeks). STOP perpetuating this sexist myth!! There is no special "barrier" to "pop". I'm amazed that a book written by a woman is so stupid and ignorant. How can a woman not know about her own body? Is she so brainwashed by society she can't be bothered to learn? How about instead of writing a book about female anatomy and orgasm the author should try reading one! Learn the TRUTH about the hymen MYTH! It's made up to oppress women. If a woman has sex with other women but never with men, no she's not a "virgin" (something else made up to oppress women.) Start small. Watch these videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ikXi... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-hUb...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I work at Babeland, a fantastic women-owned sex toy shop with stores in NYC and Seattle. This is a sex manual by the owners, which I would recommend to young women with some experience, who need more information. The photos of real people (not models) of all different body types, plus the gorgeous layout make it one of the most contemporary sex manuals on the market, and one that your 22-year old college graduate won't laugh off the table. I work at Babeland, a fantastic women-owned sex toy shop with stores in NYC and Seattle. This is a sex manual by the owners, which I would recommend to young women with some experience, who need more information. The photos of real people (not models) of all different body types, plus the gorgeous layout make it one of the most contemporary sex manuals on the market, and one that your 22-year old college graduate won't laugh off the table.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Riley

    Full disclosure: I was recently hired by this company. This book was provided to me by them. I've been a sex educator for a few years and this is definitely a book I'll recommend from now on. Moregasm does a great job of giving accurate information without feeling very dense. Conversely, the book takes on a conversational tone (for example, sometimes they'll use "cock" instead of "penis") but doesn't make the reader feel sleazy. I love the pictures included. Not only are they informative and usef Full disclosure: I was recently hired by this company. This book was provided to me by them. I've been a sex educator for a few years and this is definitely a book I'll recommend from now on. Moregasm does a great job of giving accurate information without feeling very dense. Conversely, the book takes on a conversational tone (for example, sometimes they'll use "cock" instead of "penis") but doesn't make the reader feel sleazy. I love the pictures included. Not only are they informative and useful, but they also include a wide range of bodies, ethnicities, and gender presentations. I think that's more important than most people realize. Rather than just focusing on positions the book also covers communication in relationships and important topics like sexual health and gender. BUY THIS, READ IT, AND LOVE THIS BOOK!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jenna

    Great information presented in a positive, fun way. Has wonderful basic information that would be appropriate for young people who are just learning about sexuality, but is comprehensive enough to teach something to folks who've been goin' at it for years. The safer sex/contraception chapter could have more info, but overall, a great primer. Great information presented in a positive, fun way. Has wonderful basic information that would be appropriate for young people who are just learning about sexuality, but is comprehensive enough to teach something to folks who've been goin' at it for years. The safer sex/contraception chapter could have more info, but overall, a great primer.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Colie!

    One of the best, practical books on all things sex-related I've ever read. Super unintimidating, pretty pretty pictures and gosh, informative. Great for libertines and prudes alike... everyone has something to learn. I wrote a review of it here, if ya wanna read more of my thoughts: http://www.comediva.com/lowbrow-shit/... One of the best, practical books on all things sex-related I've ever read. Super unintimidating, pretty pretty pictures and gosh, informative. Great for libertines and prudes alike... everyone has something to learn. I wrote a review of it here, if ya wanna read more of my thoughts: http://www.comediva.com/lowbrow-shit/...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sally

    I really enjoyed this book. Here's my full review. I really enjoyed this book. Here's my full review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Oriana

    Babeland is putting out a book?? Awesome, I can't wait. Babeland is putting out a book?? Awesome, I can't wait.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carrie Fowler

    fabulous fabulous book. Excellent reference, keep by the bed side.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Pattison

    Super great for anyone who wants to learn the basics of sex!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Calvin Read

    I rarely review books on here, but this one I feel a really strong need to comment on. I am torn reading this. I decided ultimately to keep it on my bookshelf at home (at least for now) despite having a lot of really significant frustrations with the book. For starters, the authors of this book created one of the first feminist/queer centered sex toy shops in Seattle. As such, I expected the book to be more inclusive of different kinds of bodies - not just trans bodies, but also people with disabi I rarely review books on here, but this one I feel a really strong need to comment on. I am torn reading this. I decided ultimately to keep it on my bookshelf at home (at least for now) despite having a lot of really significant frustrations with the book. For starters, the authors of this book created one of the first feminist/queer centered sex toy shops in Seattle. As such, I expected the book to be more inclusive of different kinds of bodies - not just trans bodies, but also people with disabilities, trauma, or chronic illnesses. This book does not address any of these groups and instead focuses on relatively young, able-bodied, cis people. The graphics depict mainly white people with some light-skinned black people, but otherwise it looks (and reads) a lot like a cosmo sex tips article, complete with cringe-worthy puns and slang. One thing I do appreciate is that, despite the lack of inclusion of trans people, it does not assume that all partnerships will be male/female, nor does it assume who will be penetrating/topping based on gender. So, slightly more inclusive and not as heteronormative as Cosmo. The book is thorough for its scope. It covers FAQs, safer sex practices (a small section at the back), and includes the importance of communication with your partner through most of the "how to"s in the book. I don't recall there being any explicit section dedicated to consent. I still think any conversation about sex needs to be couched in the context of consent-based practices. Also, because it's produced by the (former) owners of a sex toy store, there are sections for product placement throughout. So, not entirely unlike Cosmo in this sense. All in all, I am keeping this book because it encourages lightheartedness, creativity, communication, and ownership of one's own sexual pleasure in a way that few "how-to sex" books do. I feel like this is a great book to share with someone who got a shame-based (or non-existent/culturally taught) sex education. Despite my initial irritation with the writing style and ciscentrism, I found value in the fact that the message is less "How 2 b Good at Sexxx" and more "There's no one way to enjoy yourself. The world of sex and pleasure are vast, so give yourself a chance to see what is out there and what you might like."

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