Instead of leaving men guessing about what their girlfriends, wives, or lovers might want in bed, we want to give men a practical, action-oriented guide to pleasing a woman based on real women’s responses.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2010
Sigmund Freud, father of psychoanalysis, once asked “What does a woman want?” If he’d had a copy of What Women Really Want in Bed: The Surprising Secrets Women Wish Men Knew About Sex by co-authors Cynthia W Gentry and Dana Fredsti, he might have known. This brand-new book from Quiver is a practical “how-to” manual written to help men understand the opposite sex when it comes to matters of sex and how to please their partners in bed.
An insider’s guide to women’s sexual psyches, What Women Really Want in Bed debunks sex and seduction myths, explicitly tells you what she needs between the sheets, and gives you the hand, mouth and position techniques she’s been craving. Read juicy details from real-life interviews with more than 300 women. For example:
- 80% enjoy reading or viewing pornography, depending on the material
- 73% of women wish they were having more sex
- 54% love performing oral sex on their partner
- 35% have taken a picture of, or videotaped, themselves having sex.
Women love sex. Women want sex. According to What Women Really Want in Bed, women also want men to listen to them and show an interest in what they crave in the sack. Co-author Cynthia Gentry, who with husband Nima Badiey wrote What Men Really Want in Bed, also released by Quiver, says “Instead of leaving men guessing about what their girlfriends, wives, or lovers might want in bed, we want to give men a practical, action-oriented guide to pleasing a woman based on real women’s responses. Men hate asking for directions, especially when it comes to sex, and our book gives no-nonsense advice so he doesn’t feel lost in the bedroom.”
Authors Gentry and Fredsti hope What Women Really Want in Bed inspires a more open dialogue between men and women and gets them at least talking about what will please her sexually. “We hope our book inspires men to explore what their woman really wants in an open way,” says co-author Dana Fredsti, a childhood friend of Gentry’s.
The book, which offers the perfect bedside reading companion to What Men Really Want in Bed, covers all the bases on women’s sexual desires from seduction, fantasies and foreplay to oral sex, orgasms, and more. Chapters include:
- What Women Wish Men Knew About Foreplay
- What Women Wish Men Knew About Using Their Hands
- What Women Wish Men Knew About Oral Sex
- All About Orgasms
- Her Sexual Fantasies: What Women Wish Men Knew
- How to Get A Woman Into Bed: Secrets of Seduction
In addition, the book reveals answers to some tantalizing questions such as:
Does size matter when it comes to her orgasm?
What’s the #1 turnoff for women?
What does it take to get her to express her wild side in the bedroom?
What’s the biggest mistake men make when performing oral sex?
How can you find the best rhythm and pressure to make her climax again and again?
What are best hand and mouth techniques to take her over the edge?
Twenty-first century men still need a little help figuring out what women want, and rather than keep them guessing, women can now point their man to the book (available in stores and on Amazon.com starting April 1), "If you're looking for the best way to tell your man what YOU really want in bed, all you need to do is pick up this book," says Rachel Sarah, author of Single Mom Seeking, http://www.singlemomseeking.com.
The book is released by Quiver Books on April 1 and available through local and independent bookstores and online at Amazon.com. It retails for $16.99.
About Cynthia Gentry and Dana Fredsti
Cynthia W. Gentry is an award-winning writer, screenwriter and journalist. She is the co-author of several books on sex, including What Men Really Want in Bed, Secret Seductions, and Red Hot Tantra: Erotic Secrets of Red Tantra for Intimate Soul-to-Soul Sex and Ecstatic, Enlightened Orgasms. She is the author of Mind-Blowing Orgasms Every Day. Her short fiction, essays, and film reviews have appeared in anthologies, literary journals and on the Web.
Dana Fredsti is a producer, writer, and director for theater, film, and television. She has written numerous published articles and essays. This book is her second writing partnership with Cynthia Gentry, after Secret Seductions, for which she used the pseudonym Roxanne Colville. She has also published several short stories and a mystery novel, and is working on her third erotic romance novel under the nom de plume Inara LaVey.
For more information about What Women Really Want in Bed, please visit the website (http://www.whatwomenreallywantinbed.com) or follow womenwantinbed on Twitter. Contact Dalyn Miller, Dalyn Miller Public Relations, at (617) 504-6869.
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