Synopses & Reviews
There are few books on sex that will help improve your sex life more than this one. With six new chapters, several new illustrations and thousands of updates and changes, the 7th edition of the Guide to Getting It On
continues to earn its place as America's most fun and informative book on sex.
There are new updates with each new printing of this 7th edition!
AWARDS THE GUIDE HAS WON:
The Book of the Year Award from the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists; Women's Health Magazine Sex Award, The Ben Franklin Book Award; The Firecracker Alternative Book Award; Sexuality.org Best Heterosexual Book Award; USABooknews.com Best Book Award, and the American Foundation for Gender & Genital Medicine Book Award. The Guide is also used in dozens of college and medical school sex-education courses.
Winner of seven book awards, including the 2009 Book of the Year Award from the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists.
"You've never read a manual as warm, friendly, liberating, thorough, and potentially sex-life-changing as the Guide to Getting It On! Neither had anyone in our office — which may be why our copies keep disappearing." Oprah Magazine
"If you're going to own just one instructional book about sex, this is the one. Funny, hip, and informative, it's packed with advice about what to put where and covers every topic a couple could possibly be curious about." Women's Health Magazine
"One of the few books about sex that you actually want to sit down and read." Playboy Magazine
About the Author
Paul Joannides, Psy.D. is a research psychoanalyst. Paul is on the editorial board of the Journal of Sexual Medicine
. He was formerly on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sexuality Education
and he is an NCAA student athlete affairs speaker on sexuality. He writes the "As You Like It" blog on sex for Psychology Today.
Daerick Gröss Sr. is an internationally recognized illustrator of fantasy and comic book art. It is difficult to think of The Guide without his wonderful touch. Thanks to Daerick's magic, the characters in this book are able to have sex when its covers are closed. This is why they are always smiling.