Imprint:Thornapple Press - Victoria
Form detail:Adhesive bound
Dimensions:7in x 5 x 0.53 in | 0.7 lb
Page Count:216 pages
Illustrations:20 B&W illustrations
Queer, non-monogamous writer Cooper S. Beckett began his writing career as a podcaster as host of Life on the Swingset: The Podcast and a speaker in the sexuality education community. He wrote My Life on the Swingset, a memoir of his first five years in non-monogamy, then followed that up with two novels, A Life Less Monogamous and Approaching the Swingularity.
Lyndzi Miller has been a sexual educator at The Tool Shed: An Erotic Boutique since 2012, and is its current assistant manager. She established the Milwaukee Poly Group in 2008, facilitating discussion and support group meetings every month since. She also hosts the bi-weekly podcast Polyamory Uncensored, on which she interviews ethically non-monogamous folks on their polyamorous journeys.
"Cooper and Lyndzi have created the smart, fun, accessible guide to pegging that we needed. Whether you are curious or already a pegging pro, this is a worthwhile addition to your sex ed book collection." - JoEllen Notte, sex educator and author of The Monster Under the Bed: Sex, Depression, and the Conversations We Aren’t Having
“The Pegging Book is a wonderful addition to sex ed literature! As an act, pegging has gained popularity among people of all genders, sexual orientations, and ages. It is great to finally have a single resource which teaches how to peg as well as gives it cultural context and history. Beckett and Miller have done justice to a topic which goes so much deeper than a titillating headline! In addition to great content, the book is beautifully illustrated and provides readers with a solid understanding of anatomy and pleasure centers. This is a must-buy for any person looking to understand how to peg or the act’s cultural significance.”- Rebecca E. Blanton, writer, podcaster, and kink educator
“The Pegging Book is more than a sex guide. It’s a smart and compassionate exploration of pegging as a cultural and sexual practice. Cooper and Lyndzi hold the reader’s hand through an intimidating sexual act with the kindness and tact of a cool friend. This book will reframe your entire concept of what sex should look and feel like beyond PIV penetration. It tackles every question a beginner might have: What does a prostate orgasm feel like? What kind of strap-on should I buy? And, gasp, does getting pegged make you gay? The Pegging Book is a necessary addition to every sex-positive reader’s library.” - Ella Dawson, sex and cultural critic
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