|Dick : A User's Guide by Michelle C. Moore (Author), Caroline de Costa (Author) (Paperback) Whether you own one or are close with someone who does, it's pretty easy to recognize the importance of the penis. But in fact there is next to no reliable information on nearly every man's and many women's favorite little friend. Now, in Dick, two women doctors boldly provide readers with a much-needed handbook that guides, educates, and dispels all the common misconceptions about the penis. In open and direct language interspersed with humorous word play and funny anecdotes, Drs. Michele Moore and Caroline de Costa thoroughly describe the anatomy, functions, proper hygiene, safety, and effective handling of the most friendly male appendage. Other key topics include: size (does it matter?), condoms, sex, premature ejaculation, as well as infections, infertility, injuries, and cancer. Written for both men and women, young and old, Dick promises to teach, entertain, and demystify for the benefit of everyone involved. Including real-life stories taken from the authors' own medical practices, Dick offers a comprehensive, practical, and entertaining guide to the penis-and all its ups and downs|
|Sperm Are from Men, Eggs Are from Women: The Real Reason Men And Women Are Different by Joe Quirk (Hardcover - May 23, 2006) Finally, the answer to why, when it comes to romance, women are coy and men are just clueless--explained from the micro standpoint. Who would have guessed that all of our sexual and social behavior, and even our physical appearance, could be attributed to what our tiny unseen reproductive cells are doing? |
An Unconventional View by Linsey Savage (Books) (Paperback - November 2003) Linsey Savage contracted AIDS in 1995, finding out by being admitted to the hospital with Pneumocystis Carinii. He has survived a plethora of health and life struggles since that time, including, Candidiasis, insulin-dependent Diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, total hip replacement, life-threatening rashes, intestinal infections, and financial crises. We know that AIDS is the number one killer of African American people between the ages of 25 and 44 and that number is on the rise at an alarming rate. Although African American, Savage has a message for peoples of all races. AIDS does not discriminate and contrary to popular belief, it is not a gay man's disease, any more than cancer, heart disease, or the common cold.