10 Books to Add to Your Library for a Better Sex Life

10 Books to Add to Your Library for a Better Sex Life

Posted By Javay- The Millennial Sexpert
10 Books to Add to Your Library for a Better Sex Life

A lot of people would love to learn more about sex and traditional avenues for that can be hard to find, but there are many ways to learn. One avenue is regularly overlooked and that is reading. There are books galore that can help you enhance your sex life through technical skills, communication skills, and thinking outside of the box to find pleasure in new ways. Here are ten different books to read to enhance various areas of your sex life.

Oral Sex Skills

Marcy Michaels has two specific books to help with eating pussy and sucking dick, The Lowdown on Going Down and Blow Him Away. These books offer exercises to train your mouth, jaw, and tongue to have the stamina for oral sex. You will also get techniques and tips to help you provide your partner pleasure. The books also give you an anatomy lesson, so you best understand the body and how to stimulate it. Oral Sex for Everybody can provide you with more imaginative ways of participating in oral sex.

Exploring Kink & BDSM

If you are wanting to dip your toes into the big world of kink and BDSM the Ultimate Guide to Kink and BDSM and 50 Shades of Kink by Tristan Taormino. These two books are great if you are trying to learn more about kink and BDSM and explore the different activities to find what is good for you. If you want to venture into a specific kink & BDSM activity, like rope bondage you should check out How To Be Knotty, the Erotic Bondage Handbook, and The Seductive Art of Japanese Bondage. There is a plethora of books that focus on specific activities, so a little research and you can find some other reads to hone in on specific skills.

Communication Skills

Talking to partner(s) is an essential part of a sex life, but for many of us, we don’t have the tools to communicate in ways we would like. Effective Communication In Relationships & Couple Skills (2 in 1) by Faye Palmer is a great book for couples and comes with skills, activities, and questions to ask your partner(s). Another reason why communicating about sex can be difficult is the shame that many of us have around sex and sexuality-related topics. Nic Saluppo’s Communication About Sex: Healthy and Shame-Free Ways to Talk to Your Partner About Sexual Desires and Difficulties is a great book to help you out with shame and communicating. 

Regardless of what you are interested in exploring or diving deeper into there are so many additions you can add to your library to enhance your sex life. And don’t be afraid to turn to books to learn, we all learn in different ways and reading is fundamental. There is also no timeline for enhancing your skills, so take your time and explore what you feel drawn to. You can also always supplement your reading with workshops, learning from sex educators and folks in actual stores, like ours, and other educational avenues.

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