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4.0 étoiles sur 5more fiction than how-to4 novembre 2004
Par TammyJo Eckhart - Publié sur Amazon.com
The how-to part of this book is basically a reprint and expansion on this section of his previous book "Leathersex". The book has three sections: first longer fiction interspersed with non-fiction chapters focused on safety issues. A topic that is missing and needed is how to get a partner interested in this type of sex play or how to find someone interested in it at all. The second part of the book is seven short stories very focused on watersports. The last part looks at resources you can use to find more information and more fiction.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Wetter is Better2 août 2004
Par Tim Brough - Publié sur Amazon.com
Probably right after bondage, the most basic erotic play that people find themselves getting into is water sports. After all, how complicated can a little WS action be? But it's our attraction to that warm wetness that noted author and historian Joseph Bean takes a goggle-eyed look at here. From the bad to the good and the really, really good, "Soaked" is written in a no nonsense style, presenting some of the finer points of play, in addition to some hot artwork, a little history, golden fiction and even a quote from Benjamin Franklin! So if you're going to get wet, get "Soaked."
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2.0 étoiles sur 5If You're Gay It's OK...If You're Straight, Run For The Gate24 novembre 2007
Par Frederick S. Goethel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat authentifié par Amazon
I reviewed this book at the request of an alternative publication. I was asked if I would review it and was told that it was about water sports. Since I don't in principal, have any problem with that subject, I agreed to read and review it.
Upon reading the book I discovered it covers heavy water sports between males only. It is written by and for gay men and is not of particular use to straight couples. It contains brief sections of "fact" interspersed with sections of "fictional" material that cover the subject. Most of the material is geared towards "hardcore" enthusiasts and has little to offer the "recreational" player.
In addition to the above issues, I found poor editing. There were numerous typographical errors and punctuation issues. Not a very good read, even for gays with inclinations toward this type of sexual behavior.