Always stimulating and often quite arousing, though rarely very specific or detailed, the book consist of a selection of short interviews with women who are not at all shy about talking about their (seemingly very active) sex lives.
He is a Dating Coach, as well as an international personal-growth seminar leader with more than thirteen years of experience running seminars for men and women all over the US, Canada, England, and South Africa. as a guitarist in a rock-and-roll band, opening for the Henry Rollins Band and others.Yet Eva Lefkowitz, assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State, said that the real world is much less like American Pie and more like The Sweetest Thing or a certain hit show on HBO."Movies generally portray college-age men talking about sex with each other frequently and openly.But who cares; Louis and Copeland have already pointed this out in "How to Succeed With Women." My advice is not to buy this book and do what I have done--go out into the world and find out what women want for yourself.i had originally purchased this book because it featured an interview with Annie Sprinkle the famed porn star."Reading this collection of intimate, intelligent, and terribly interesting essays is an exercise in empathy that truly ought to be considered required reading to the 21st century Latter-day Saint seeking to truly mourn with those that mourn, and comfort those that stand in need of comfort.