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Thursday, July 17, 2008

THE HANDJOB HANDBOOK : A WORK of NON - FRICTION


Normandy, Marsha and St. James, Joseph. “The Handjob Handbook: A Work of Non-Friction” with illustrations by Arlene Schunk, Simon Spotlight Books, 2008.
There is a Book for Everything
This is what Amos Lassen Amazons Hippest Reviewer had to say.
I always thought that handjobs were kind of instinctive. Most of us did not have to be taught how to give one—it just happened and I assure you that the only thoughts anyone might have had,
had to do with getting caught in action.
I, however, must give handjobs their due. They satisfy, they are quick and they are fun and practical. A handjob relieves tension and requires
no primping or getting ready. However, the handjob has been forced to take a second seat to other sexual activates and Marsha Normandy and James St. Joseph, the authors of this little book, do not feel that is fair. They want handjobs in the place they so rightfully deserve—at the head of the list of sexual activities. They claim that “if a handjob is worth doing, it’s worth doing well”. The book provides twenty-five different techniques to make self-abuse more satisfying (and by the way, I am sure that the authors do not like the term self-abuse with its negative connotation). The book shows us how to be more creative and achieve more pleasure as we “spank the monkey” and “bleed the lizard”. The book, quite naturally, begins with the basic handjob technique and then introduces us to such exercises as “the jiffy pop”, “ants climbing up a hill”, “the twist off”. “taffy pull” and “taint misbehaving” among others. What a blessing it is to know that there are so many ways for a man to get off by himself (and the ways seem quite fun but I have only managed to try eight of them so far-J.
The book is a lot of fun and it abounds in wit and playful eroticism. Yet there is a danger here. As you read, you want to try it all and I am not that young anymore (but do I wish I were).
“The Handjob Handbook” can take you to new heights in pleasuring yourself. I understand that the book was written for women but so what? We can still learn from it and reap its rewards. Just imagine asking a friend if he would like to “climb the rope” or “squeeze play” with you.
We guys know that we are born with a special toy that is fun to see and touch. Some of us are masters at masturbation but there are those that can use some help. There is a talent involved in giving a good handjob and like in music, some have an ear for it and others are tone deaf. That does not mean that there is no hope. Again, like in music, practice makes perfect (or at least a little better anyway). And remember also that a handjob is always convenient and always safe.
If your technique needs work, may I suggest you “boning up” with “The Handjob Handbook”. If you already mastered the skill, get a copy for the fun it provides.
“The Handjob Handbook" "tales a solo pursuit to new" highs and with "a little practice and a lot of passion, sexual power is easily within your grasp". Some of the sections have wonderful names such as "Gripping Details" where you learn all about pressure, setting and position and there is a wonderful section called "Handos and Handon'ts. I love the Handos--"respect the entire penis--There is more than the shaft" and "chances are he is not playing with his balls...don't let his lack of imagination constrain you" and lend a hand... or two. How about giving the penis some rhythm--pacing is paramount. A major Handon't is not to get distracted--discuss what happened at the office over dinner and not over Willy. Above all HAVE FUN. You have been given your very own toy by Mother Nature and toys are meant to be played with.

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