S ex - was there ever a time when I didn't know more than I wanted to know? The coffee tables of my childhood were littered with Playboy magazines. By the time I reached puberty, the Pill was old hat. When my best friend's father made Martinis, he used a Kama Sutra cocktail shaker. My first real job was working for a trendy academic couple whose baby daughter had an inflated Chiquita Banana hanging over her cot. When I asked why, they said because it was 'polymorphously perverse'.
Sex matters with Dr Thomas Stuttaford and Suzi Godson | The Times
Not in India? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. Designed as a guide, the book explains everything you want to know about conventional and unconventional sexual behaviour in gender neutral, straightforward language with bold visuals. A wealth of information is balanced with practical advice and personal experience. The book presumes little and the tone is witty and direct.
Suzi Godson is The Times ' sex and relationships columnist. She subsequently acquired an Msc in psychology at Birkbeck, University of London. Godson's Times column is syndicated to the Irish Examiner. She is married and has four children. Her youngest daughter has type one diabetes .
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