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Sex At Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What it Means for Modern Relationships

Shaking the bedrock of some of our most basic assumptions, Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jetha take us on the journey of understanding human sexuality through the lens of anthropological, historical, scientific, and anatomical research. Their controversial questioning of monogamy and the family unit also opens up some of our most accepted theories of human behavior, and the people that developed said theories, to critical analysis. While this book suspiciously creates perfect breadcrumbs to lead us to accepting the new theory proposed, it successfully evokes a critical and thoughtful lens for their audience. A very entertaining and engaging read!

Christopher & Cacilda Jetha

Sex At Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What it Means for Modern Relationships

Taoist Sexual Meditation

Rather than enhancing your sex life through new positions, toys, or other attempts to sensationalize your sexual practice, this book helps you focus on what you already have in a way that can be transformative. Taoist master Bruce Frantzis shares ancient practices of sexual meditation, using sex as a spiritual practice. Taoist Sexual Meditation focuses on resolving energetic blockages while connecting mind, body, and heart. The book helps guide the reader to release nervous exhaustion, guilt, shame, and insecurity and deepen intimacy by tapping into your own energy and syncing with the energy of your partner. For those looking for an alternative sexual practice or one that enhances spirituality, this book is a great philosophical, spiritual, and practical guide to deepening and expanding your sex life.

Bruce Frantzis

Taoist Sexual Meditation

Mating in Captivity

In this book, Esther Perel challenges the reader to think differently about romantic relationships and how to maintain intimacy. Do we need distance to achieve closeness? Does acknowledging otherness inspire closeness? Do we need both freedom and commitment? The ideas outlined in this book have resonated deeply with millions of people and propelled Esther Perel to celebrity status. It counters the traditional view that a successful relationship is one in which there is maximum emotional intimacy and closeness. Couples need some distance from one another to maintain mystery and sexual attraction. We think Esther’s ideas are on point, especially the idea that you cannot expect your partner to fulfill all your needs.

Esther Perel

Mating in Captivity

She Comes First

This is a blow by blow (no pun intended) tutorial on how to provide incredible cunnilingus. We recommend this book to heterosexual men and  women of all sexual orientations. For men, it’s a powerful guide on getting familiar with the anatomy of the vagina and enjoying the process of inner and outer-course rather than the sole focus on the end goal of orgasm, all while helping a woman feel relaxed. For women, it reinforces both what we already know as well as illuminates new ways of thinking about sex and pleasure. While this book is for anyone, we seriously urge men to pick up a copy.

Ian Kerner

She Comes First