A new sex manual inspired by the bestselling 50 Shades claims to be the essential guide to enhancing your sex life
If you enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey but need some pointers on how to recreate scenes from the saucy novel yourself, then a new sex manual offers to help you do just that.
Author Lexie Sutton’s book Fifty Shades of Bliss promises to ‘lead you from vanilla sex all the way to sinful BDSM delights’. In her book we get a lesson in everything from pillow talk to serious bondage-play.
The manual starts with the basics, communication and openness, encouraging us to ‘remember that sex is meant to be fun… so try to keep a sense of humour’. But the terminology swiftly moves from kisses and cuddles to ball-gags and latex.
It would appear that accessories are vital for any sexual explorer, with costumes, whips, chains and a smorgasbord of sex toys at your disposal to enhance your arousal.
Descriptions become ever more graphic as you move into the mid-section of the book, with instructions for the submissive to only use ‘clamps when the nipples are fully hardened from arousal’ and to wear them in conjunction with a clitoral clamp to ‘increase sensitivity’. These are not instructions for the faint hearted, but according to the studies Sutton has compiled they do reach out to and intrigue an astonishing number of people.
If you’re still doubting whether or not Ms Sutton really knows her stuff, you can refer to the rather extensive list of resources at the back of the book, complete with erotic novels for every persuasion, stockists and suppliers for the racier sex equipment mentioned in the book, and a compilation of saucy films that will set even the most demure of hearts racing.
Fifty Shades of Bliss is available to purchase at bookstores and online stores nationwide.