The playfulness of the first few pages is enjoyable enough, but then continues and becomes irritating, and continues still and becomes utterly exasperating. She adopts (or created when she was fourteen) a silly and idiosyncratic terminology that she deploys throughout the text, at moments rendering what she has written downright cryptic. She also adopts (or created when was fourteen) a ludicrous 'I'm so cool' kind of tone, to the point of being pompous. The book also stereotypes both males and females, and lamely tries some face-saving modifying phrases, presumably to serve as an excuse if accused. On the plus side, she does cover all the bases and provides a brief bibliography. All things considered, this book is irritating, vulgar, and ultimately immature.
This was definitely the funniest sex guide I've ever read, and it was probably the most painstakingly accurate as well. Not for the faint of heart, but a great gift for a husband or boyfriend who's man enough to admit it when he still has a few things left to learn.
sex for really stupid people or virgins. she writes like shes talking to a 13 year old.
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