Finally, an educational, but funny, compendium of every term related to S-E-X! Now Available at all retailers!
“From acomoclitic to karezza to zoophilia, The Cleis Press Sextionary is an extensive guided tour through the wide world of sexuality. Erotica writers looking for story ideas, sex nerds looking to explore, and anyone interested in the endless ways we get it on will enjoy this educational and informative book. Even if you think you know all there is to know about sex, you’re guaranteed to learn something new.” - Rachel Kramer Bussel, Best Women’s Erotica of the Year Series editor.
This book is perfect for:
Adult Sexual Education classes and workshops
Bachlorette parties and party favors
A fun (but, informative) segment for a drive-time or otherwise irreverent radio/TV show
An article on the eccentric, unfamiliar, and quirky sides of human sexual nature
What do you call someone who is only attracted to stomachs? How about people who have sexual love for statues, dragons, or scents? Just what is the difference between andosexuality and pansexuality, where are the P- and G-Spots, and do BDSM participants prefer a flogger or a sennet whip? Learn the answer to these questions and more in The Cleis Press Sextionary, an all-inclusive dictionary for every sexual term. Including short essays that expand upon some of the most unusual words, this book is not only a great educational resource, but a fun and sexy read as well!
Examples of terms include:
Procrasterbating: The act of masturbating as a form of procrastination. Very common in teenagers. Dendrophilia: A fetish for trees, especially the thought or act of having intercourse with a tree.
Rod: 1. A slang term for penis. 2. In BDSM, a thin cane used to strike someone.
Cuckcake: The female version of a cuckhold; a woman who likes to watch her partner have sex with other women.
Cleis Press is is the largest independent sexuality publishing company in the United States. With a focus on LGBTQ, BDSM, romance, and erotic writing for all sexual preferences, Cleis Press books are consistently changing the way people read and think about sexual behavior, culture, and education.