(PRWEB) February 15, 2013
What really gets women in the mood for sex and what could make them interested more often? Writer Anne Rodgers and gynecologist Maureen Whelihan, M.D. decided that the elusive nature of women's sexual desire was worth researching. They surveyed 1,300 of the doctor's patients and discovered the answers to questions such as "what are you thinking about during sex?" and "what is the one thing in regards to sex you wish your partner wouldn't do?"
The responses are both riveting and surprising, but also occasionally hilarious. It's hard not to chuckle when one older woman complains that her skinny lover's sharp bones poke her during sex. With a breezy, conversational style, "Kiss and Tell" shares the stories of women such as Catherine, who shyly tells of experiencing her first orgasm—at age 82. And Jackie, who had sex with her first husband three times a day—for 20 years.
Each decade of a woman's life, from the teens through the nineties, is covered in a separate chapter, along with an examination of the culture and society in which those women came of sexual age. Well-researched and filled with surprising revelations from lusty ladies and shrinking violets alike, "Kiss and Tell" allows women to tell their own stories in their own words. There is also a crib notes chapter for men, summarizing the take-away lessons shared by women who participated in the study.