The Gay Man's Kama Sutra

Carlton Books, Limited, 2011 - 144 páginas
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SEX & SEXUALITY, SEX MANUALS. The famed ancient Indian guide to lovemaking, the "Kama Sutra" has been used to enhance sexual experiences since the fourth century. Now a leading gay author has reinterpreted this iconic erotic manual to create a great sex guide for gay lovers. In a new, handy format, his clear, empowering text celebrating the art of gay lovemaking is accompanied by exquisite, sensual artworks from the original "Kama Sutra" and other homoerotic classical works, and tasteful contemporary black and white instructional line drawings. The author brings the erotic advice in the original "Kama Sutra" up-to-date for today's gay man, providing practical advice on sexual technique, relationships and emotional well-being. Featuring an illustrated journey through all the different sexual positions, and covering everything from meeting a partner, courtship and kissing to games and massage, "The Gay Man's Kama Sutra" is the ultimate guide to satisfying, exciting gay love.

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Born in the north of England, Terry Sanderson is one of Britain's best-known gay journalists, having written an influential column in "Gay Times" for almost twenty years. He is also the author of several best-selling self-help books for gay men, including "How to Be a Happy Homosexual," the "A-Z of Gay Sex," "Making Gay Relationships Work," "A Stranger in the Family -- How to Cope if Your Child is Gay," "Assertively Gay," and the novels "The Potts Correspondence" and "The Potts Papers," He worked for two years on the problem page of a national woman's magazine and has contributed to "The Guardian "(London)," The Sunday Tiimes "(London), "The "(London)" Observer "and "The Independent on Sunday "(London).
Terry is active in gay politics, frequently speaking at events and conferences. He lives in London.

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