An anti-slut shaming book by the hosts of the chart-topping GUYS WE F*CKED podcast.
An Uncensored Conversation About Sex and Self from the Creators of the Top-Rated GUYS WE F*CKED: THE ANTI SLUT-SHAMING PODCAST.
Comedians Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson started GUYS WE F*CKED: THE ANTI SLUT-SHAMING PODCAST in 2013, intending to interview guys they'd slept with to learn more about themselves and squash the stigma so often associated with sexual women. As the podcast grew, and Corinne and Krystyna got to know their fans, stories of sexual assault, verbal and emotional abuse and crippling shame became common topics of discussion along with those humorous conversations highlighting overall sexual confusion among many adults. The podcast is now a community of over a million listeners worldwide and a place where any and all taboo sex topics are discussed freely, both with celebrity guests and the real people in their lives.
F*CKED follows that model, as Corinne and Krystyna bring a mix of raw, ridiculous and serious sexual conversation to the page that will include topics like:
Why shame is completely made up and how we can stop giving into it
Sexual exploration and how it sometimes ends in a trip to A&E
Stuff we should stop doing: Snooping, nitpicking our bodies, and faking orgasms
Asking your sexual partner uncomfortable questions
How to get yourself out of an unsafe situation
Masturbation, threesomes, porn, sex toys, butt stuff and much, much more
This is a guide to love and sex for anyone who has ever felt afraid to be their authentic sexual self. It won't talk down to you or coddle you, because you're better than that. Despite what Rom-Coms and glossy magazines tell you, you can handle sexual exploration without the assistance of a man, a glass of rose, or a Xanax - and more importantly, you're fine all by yourself.
Packed with straight-talking advice and personal stories, the core messages of F*cked are clear and powerful in their simplicity. It's an enthusiastic middle finger to double standards, an open love letter to the joys and importance of masturbation, and a friendly reminder that when it comes to sex, none of us really know what we're doing (Phew!). - The AU Review