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A book by Richard Craze

EXPLICIT MATERIAL! Think of these detailed, dynamic images as a gateway to a newly fulfilling and exciting sex life. Picture by picture, exhilarating sexual techniques appear in all their glory, providing a complete guide to exploring, developing, and … see full wiki

Author: Richard Craze
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Publisher: Sterling Pub Co Inc
Date Published: November 01, 2003
1 review about Sex

A picturebook of sex... sounds logical...

  • Oct 6, 2010
Pros: Very easy to follow pictures, great photography

Cons: Not enough positions

The Bottom Line: An excellent book that you can easily bring with you into the bedroom. Great photography, excellent captions, good concept.

As with most people, I can never get enough sex. I truly love every aspect of sex and find myself reading book after book about the topic. One of the books that I came across fairly recently was a picture book by Richard Craze. Being that it was a book of positions, without all of the text and a lot more examples, I figured this would be much better than most of the other books on the market, that try to explain the position and you end up with some seemingly impossible concept in your head. I just kept wondering why so few of the books on the market actually had pictures of real people in real positions. You can only learn so much from stick figures and dolls, sometimes you just have to see the real thing, in order to truly understand how it is meant to be done.

From the first page, you dive right into the positions. You start out the book very gradually, and move towards the more difficult positions in the back of the book. The book is called a 'flow motion' book as it is supposed to teach through pictures by placing them in an order that seems logically ordered. This meaning that one position is meant to lead into another without much difficulty. So, essentially, you could do all of the positions within the book in a single session if you really wanted to.

The book features pictures of real people in real sexual acts, however, the pictures are done in a manner that is tasteful. I feel that very few people would take offense as to the style that the book is done. The pictures do not contain any real insertion, just have naked bodies in order to display where each body part is meant to go in order to successfully complete each particular position.

The book starts with the obvious foreplay, and ends with ideas for maximizing the pleasure. There are a variety of different concepts that are shown for involving food, methods for undressing your partner, and how to set the overall mood for sex.

Each picture is highlighted by a caption that tells the general details about each position, how to accomplish it, and ways to expand on it. This helps to really give an understanding of what is meant to be felt through each position. The captions are meant to be informative, but are left relatively short, so that they book can literally be taken into the bedroom and used during a session, rather than attempting to memorize all of the positions like you would have to do with other books.

Final Thoughts
The book itself was very well done, the pictures were exceptional and highly illustrative, and the captions gave you just enough information to understand the positions. Without all of the text to get in the way, the book makes for a very portable sex book that can be carried into the bedroom for an incredible night of passion. The positions that are listed in the book start out very simple, but quickly move into much more difficult and pleasurable ones. I found that the flow motion concept was great and made the book much more understandable.

I personally would recommend the book to any couple, regardless of their willingness to experiment. The book is done in a very clean manner, and I'm sure that anyone with any background could appreciate the way the book was done, and look through it without cringing and feeling uncomfortable.

Definitely a book I would recommend to a friend!



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