A Bookseller Recommends: RC's Reading List for Your Pleasure
In this installment of A Bookseller Recommends, RC invites readers to explore a range of books that increase knowledge, encourage pleasure and denounce shame about the body and sexual health.
Reflective and intentional, Whitney's self-guided journal is an invitation to intimacy. This journal will have you feeling closer to your body and your desires, leading to authentic sexual connection with yourself and others.
Radically inclusive, sex-positive, and relevant - Battle offers a choose-your-own-adventure to navigating modern dating between swiping, sex, and seeking connection.
Nagoski's exploration into the brain and body science behind sexual desire is an approachable must-have for anyone with a vulva and those who please them.
An in-depth, playful, and inclusive guide from a sex therapist to guide to explore, discover, and get the sex folks want.
An exploration of pleasure in our selves, our relationships, and our community work. A mind-opening read that brings pleasure from the individual to the community, for the most desirable revolution we can dream of.
Keep this book by your bedside, in your bathroom, or on your coffee table -- an all-encompassing guide to genital, period, sexual, reproductive health that combats shame and normalizes diverse experiences. Written in the "you" perspective, but certainly not prescriptive, this book is for anyone with a vagina.
For anyone who's hooking up and getting down, this is the book to help navigate sexual and relational desires, boundaries, and practice!
Ligon dispels myths about normalcy, virginity, and what "counts" across chapters covering bodies, relationships, sexual health, and resource lists for all needs. This book is so aesthetically pleasing, you'll want to keep it out on your nightstand or coffee table for all to see.
A classic sexual pleasure book for a reason; it provides a well-rounded guide to happily and healthfully get it on.