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The Big Bang: Nerve's Guide To The Sexual Universe

Emma Taylor & Lorelei Sharkey

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Prose: non-fiction, Self-help & personal development

'The new JOY OF SEX' The Observer

From Guardian sexperts Em & Lo comes the only sex manual you'll ever need - 'the hottest book on bonking for years' according to The Sun.

Think you don't need THE BIG BANG Think again: do you know which body part is the wallflower of the sexual prom How about the real meaning of "thinking outside the box" Not sure how to choose the right condom for your man, the most effective lube for your lady, or the best way to spend a quiet evening alone

A sassy and hilarious guide to original sin, THE BIG BANG covers all the bases - from getting jiggy with your G-spot to 'Group Sex Etiquette for the Uninitiated', and from straight-talking STD info to bondage for beginners, with, of course, more positions you can shake a vibrator at. Whether you're new to the game or consider yourself a pro, whether you're a swinging single or married with children, and whether you're straight, gay, or somewhere in between - you'll never park your bus in the same way again.

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Praise for The Big Bang: Nerve's Guide To The Sexual Universe

  • The hottest book on bonking for years ... the new generation's guide to sex - Sun

  • Ditch The Joy of Sex for something more explosive. - Elle

  • New York's coolest sex therapists ... a handy volume to brighten up your bedroom antics. - Observer

  • Gives a new meaning to self-help. I give it two thumbs up. Up where is up to you - The Times

  • This book rocked my world in ways both sublime and ridiculous. The advice is fantastic and the illustrations absolutely edible. If I ever have the pleasure of meeting Em and Lo, I would probably feel obliged to pay them for the sex. Topping the list of possible gifts for my mum's birthday. - Belle de Jour

  • THE BIG BANG boldly goes where no other sex manual goes, and touches the parts that others can't reach or don't dare to - The Erotic Review

  • At last! A book about sex that makes you want to do it - More magazine

  • This generation's smarter, funnier and raunchier version of The Joy of Sex - Time magazine

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