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If you’ve always been a good girl, maybe you’ve been a little envious of the bad girls and all the wild experiences they seem to be having. And maybe you just haven’t felt comfortable about crossing that bridge to the bad-girl side. What’s the difference between being good and being bad? A good girl says “no” to sexual experimentation and enhanced pleasure, and a bad girl says “yes,” and “yes again.” But why should bad girls have... more...

Imagine a world where you were as sexually confident, physically uninhibited and as intensely orgasmic as you have always wanted to be...Now, acclaimed sex therapist Dr Barbara Keesling tells you how. Based on the understanding that inside every good girl is a bad girl struggling to get out, THE GOOD GIRL's GUIDE TO BAD GIRL SEX teaches women how to express their natural impulses with dignity and panache. Bad girls know no shame. Bad girls are... more...

In this, Barbara Keesling's latest book for women about sex, the noted sex therapist mines the idea that virtually every "good girl" yearns in her heart to be a "bad girl." And in this book she teaches them how. Her eleven chapters cover topics such as: Feeling Good About Being "Bad" Having Sex on the Brain Dressing the Part Walking the Walk Talking Sexy, In and Out of Bed Knowing Your Body Touching and Teasing Loving to Climax Playing with Toys... more...


NOW IN PAPERBACK! From Publishers Weekly: In The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Girl Sex, sex therapist Barbara Keesling asserts that nearly every good girl yearns to be bad and offers tips for unleashing the bad girl within. Keesling, who worked for a sex therapist as a surrogate partner for 10 years before becoming one herself, explores the inhibitions that women have about sex, and explains how you can dress, speak, walk, tease, use sex toys, give blow... more...

Sex is one of the purest forms of human endeavor--the ultimate arena of sharing between people. It is the nourishing confluence of so many special elements: touch, physicality, communication, play, arousal, and intimacy. So why so often does the entire focus of sex for women become: Will I have an orgasm or won't I? Wouldn't it be wonderful--for both men and women--if female orgasm were no longer an uncertainty, but rather, a given? Dr. Barbara... more...