Understanding Male Sexuality
by David Sebringsil
List Price: $12.95
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Self-Help / Sexual Instruction
This book provides the detailed information that parents were often uncomfortable explaining to their male children, or perhaps didnít know themselves, that school classes providing sex education somehow failed to mention, and even information that high-school buddies did not seem to know. There will also be ideas that even wives and other long-term partners never encountered before.
Every man knows he has the same sexual body parts the other guys have. However, every guy at some level is also convinced that his own situation and what he faces sexually is unique, and that he is therefore somehow different from every other guy. Sex in all its forms always seems to get guys stuck somewhere between the emotions of total terror and unbelievable joy.
Each of us possesses a set of unique sexual turn-ons that work for one person but perhaps not for others. For men, turn-ons tend to be heavily focused on the visual, and it usually does not take much for the male-arousal system to spring into action. All many men need to do is see a pretty woman and their sexual-arousal systems are off to-the-races.
The system in place that sustains the human species is a most remarkable piece of biological engineering. It has to function well at all sorts of levels beginning with the process of why human beings should be programmed to seek-out and have sex with mates, with the goal of keeping the human species successful over long periods of time.
Many men struggle throughout their lives, perhaps through several marriages or other long-term relationships, without ever mastering the finer skills in the art-and-science of lovemaking. Most of these men would have far fewer continuing-relationship issues if they were at all willing to objectively examine their own lovemaking skills. Sexual technique is an important part of this, but it is only a component of the broader set of issues that make relationships work.
My advice to a man entering any relationship with a potential sexual partner is to have fun, but proceed slowly, carefully, and deliberately, and do not be afraid to reveal a good deal more about your sexual inner-self than you thought you would. For a man, this is usually about slowing everything down. Slowing down has benefits for both partners in terms of ultimately building a more powerful sexual experience.
Learning to appreciate, indeed, learning to enjoy sexuality is the key for dealing with fear, angst and self-doubt. That is the reason I wrote this book. I will take you, the reader, to places you have never been before. So, sit back and enjoy the ride.