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How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do

How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do

Sex Advice from a Woman Who Knows

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No one knows how to bring women's sexual fantasies to life better than Candida Royalle. After starring in twenty-five adult film classics, she moved behind the camera to launch her own groundbreaking line of female-friendly erotic films. In How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do, Royalle shares her personal and professional expertise to help women realize their own sexual needs and fantasies -- and bring confidence and creativity into their bedrooms.

In this book you'll find a blueprint for directing your own sex life. Packed with entertaining Director's Notes, Candida Close-Ups, and other tricks of the trade, Royalle shows you how to:

Create Your Character: Great sex begins with knowing what you want and how to get it. Discover the private fantasies you long to fulfill.

Set the Stage: Prepare any room for seduction using the most flattering lighting and music to set the mood.

Bring in Props: The best sex toys for you and your lover.

Dress the Part: Sexy costume suggestions, wardrobe do's and don'ts, and tips on how to select the best lingerie for your body type.

Learn Your Lines: Conquer stage fright and tell him what turns you on!

Have the Performance of Your Life: Fulfill your erotic potential and get the most out of your leading man.

...and other behind-the-scenes advice for stripping yourself of inhibitions, nurturing your sexiest desires, and transforming yourself into the star of your own sizzling fantasy!
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  • Touchstone | 
  • 240 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780743266451 | 
  • February 2006
List Price $15.99
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Read an Excerpt


Who would have thought that one day I would make a career out of telling naked men what to do? My childhood was as normal as anybody else's. I was raised in a middle-class home, with a big Italian family on one side and an Irish Catholic family on the other. I joined the Brownies and then the Girl Scouts, took dance lessons, and waited until I fell in love and turned eighteen to "go all the way." Why, I didn't even have my first orgasm until I was nineteen! Yes, there was some unconventionality: my dad was a professional jazz drummer, and both my sister and I were educated in special schools for artistic kids in Manhattan. But... see more



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