Drawn to Sex: The Basics
The girls stayed in the classroom, the boys went to the library, and separated thusly, we proceeded to look at genital diagrams on the overhead projector. The dick was flaccid and the pussy looked like a steer. The takeaways were wet dreams for boys, periods for girls, and that sex was totally normal but we shouldn’t do it, even if we’re careful, until we’re in a loving, committed marriage and ready to have a baby.
So, naturally, we didn’t listen, the lesson being so nearly devoid of actual content, and took to poking and prodding and pulling and tugging on ourselves as a means of education. Eventually, we began poking and prodding and pulling and tugging on each other to learn more.
It was awkward and embarrassing and anxiety-inducing. Most of us ended up getting the knack, but there were hurdles for sure – some of us got STDs, some of us got pregnant.
And I can’t help but think, wow, what a buncha grief and herpes and child support we coulda saved if we’d actually been taught a thing or two.
Enter Erika Moen and Matthew Nolan, authors of the all-around delightful Drawn to Sex. Full of “bad puns and dick drawings,” this first installment of the Oh Joy Sex Toy Sex Education Collection is a must-read for anyone who likes good dirty fun.
The topics covered range from consent and contraception to sexting and sex toys. There are chapters on sucking cock and eating pussy, a chapter on threesomes, and a chapter on fisting. There are two chapters dedicated to anal.
A sense of joy and wonder pervades the whole book, and Moen and Nolan want a sense of joy and wonder to pervade your sex life too.
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|Author||Erika Moen • Matthew Nolan • Erika Moen, Illustrator • Matthew Nolan, Illustrator|
|Page Count||160 pages|
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