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Other than that, most of the material is informative, even entertaining at times.
Sex expert Lou Paget had me cracking up when she talked about blow job techniques and dubbed the testicles “step-children: they belong to somebody else and often get ignored.” She gave advice about what to do with them as well as tips for oral sex on a woman ( minutes).
Many other researchers, doctors, and sex experts are featured, including Dr.
a valuable and astute assessment.”—Publishers Weekly “A well-researched look at the resurgence of home life….                                                                                     My book, Homeward Bound: Why Women Are Embracing the New Domesticity, which explores New Domesticity in greater depth, will be published by Simon & Schuster in May 2013.
Offers intriguing insight into the renaissance of old-fashioned home traditions.”— Kirkus Reviews This blog is a look at the social movement I call ‘New Domesticity’ – the fascination with reviving “lost” domestic arts like canning, bread-baking, knitting, chicken-raising, etc. I’m heading back to Hong Kong on Monday, and I have a box of Homeward Bound copies that simply won’t fit in the overhead bin.
Why are women of my generation, the daughters of post-Betty Friedan feminists, embracing the domestic tasks that our mothers and grandmothers so eagerly shrugged off? So: I’m going to give away a number of copies to bloggers interested in reviewing or otherwise writing about the book. Write a comment in the comments section, and I’ll pick some names at random.