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Your Orgasmic Pregnancy

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Pregnancy can be one of the sexiest times of your life, so do it up right with the help of Your Orgasmic Pregnancy. This indispensable book focuses on concerns, myths, and tips for having satisfying sex during pregnancy, including sexual techniques, spicing things up with toys and erotica, sexy alternatives to intercourse, and loving yourself as a hot mama. Co-authors Danielle Cavallucci (birthing mentor and specialist in pregnancy fitness) and Yvonne Fulbright, M.S. Ed., Ph.D. (sexuality professor at Argosy University) bring a great blend of expertise, humor, and practical tips to this volume. Highly recommended for pregnant folks and their partners.

  • Style: Paperback
  • Size: 5-1/4" x 6-1/2"
  • Pages: 176
  • Year printed: 2008

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5.0

Good for everyone

By Margaret

from San Diego

Comments about Babeland Your Orgasmic Pregnancy:

The book is it accessible to the lay reader, but doesn't shirk on providing factual information. The authors deserve kudos for stressing that there is nothing inherently wrong with sexuality during one's pregnancy, that it is important to be aware of how a changing body can enhance or alter one's sexual tastes and experience of the act itself, that there are many ways to get it on aside from vaginal intercourse, and the importance of constant communication with one's partner throughout. The information provided is gender-neutral so that couples can relate to its content regardless of sexual orientation.

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