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Exhibitionism for the Shy

Exhibitionism for the Shy

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Exhibitionism as a consensual erotic pleasure and a means to overcome shyness and body image issues. This book features suggested exercises and discussions of erotic dress, talk, personas and roleplay, involving your partner, exhibitionism and the sex industry, and more. Also inclided are interviews with Annie Sprinkle, Nina Hartley, Candye Kane, Juliet Anderson, Vanessa del Rio, Lily Burana, Shar Rednour, and others.

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Exhibitionism as a consensual erotic pleasure and a means to overcome shyness and body image issues.

This book features suggested exercises and discussions of erotic dress, talk, personas and roleplay, involving your partner, exhibitionism and the sex industry, and more.

Also inclided are interviews with Annie Sprinkle, Nina Hartley, Candye Kane, Juliet Anderson, Vanessa del Rio, Lily Burana, Shar Rednour, and others.

256 Pages

Carol Queen is a writer and educator with a doctorate in sexology. She is a former columnist for Playboy as well as author of three previous books and editor of seven more. An example is Five Minute Erotica. She is an owner of Good Vibrations, a women-owned sex toy and book emporium. Queen lives in San Francisco, California, where she also directs the center for sex and culture.