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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 seemed to be having. And maybe you just didn't feel comfortable about crossing that bridge to the bad girl side. What's the difference between being good and 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 all the fun? Barbara Keesling believes in feeling goof about being bad. She also believes it's no crime to flaunt it if you've got it, and this book provides generous instructions on just how to get it. It offers inside information from a bad girl on walking, talking, and dressing sexy, from teasing hair to taunting men.
Every woman will benefit from the excellent advice in this book about taking control of your sexual satisfaction and feeling great about it. But most importantly, this book lets you in on the secrets learned by the wildest, least scrupulous, and most lascivious women around: otherwise known as "bad girls."
The noted sex therapist mines the idea that virtually every good girl yearns in her heart to be a bad girl sexually. Topics include feeling good about being bad, looking the part and playing with toys.
In 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.
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 Breaking All the Rules Shopping Till You Drop Every month, Barbara Keesling, Ph.D., answers readers' questions in her Ask the Sex Doc column for Men's Health magazine, and she is a regular contributor to leading fashion, fitness, and health magazines, including Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Elle, and Esquire. Keesling worked for ten years as a professional sex surrogate before becoming a therapist and has taught human sexuality and psychopathology at several universities in California.