You Don’t Have to Be Gay: Hope and Freedom for Males Struggling with Homosexuality or For Those Who Know of Someone Who Is Konrad 1987 Submitter: Wow, get a load of that back cover! This book was in my local
Category: Feelings and Self Help
Personal growth, mental health, self-help, psychology posts
Are you unhappy in your marriage? Perhaps it is because you haven’t seen it through the eyes of your man. Become a fascinating woman by putting your man’s needs first. By paying attention and reacting properly to your husband, you can become a fascinating woman and exude femininity. Essentially, this is all about shutting up and letting the man be a man. (Cuz, they can’t if you are too busy harping on them.)
Nice Girls Do!
Nice Girls Do and now you can too! Kassorla 1980 Ladies, here is your permission to love sex as much as the guys. Kassorla uses what she calls the “pleasure process.” Couples are encouraged to let down inhibitions and communicate
The American Male: A Penetrating Look at the Masculinity Crisis. Brenton 1966 Submitter: Well Boohoo! Men being oppressed. Let me get a tissue. 1966? I can understand this book being in an academic library. A public library? Patrons need updated
Sexy Lady Info
Sex and the Adult Woman Birchall 1965 Submitter: Here is another sexy title that is woefully out of date. I cringed when I saw the title of chapter one: “Today’s woman faces a sexual crisis.” Today meaning 1965. That’s almost
Your Secret Powers as a Woman
Your Power as a Woman How to Develop and Use It Archer 1957 Direct from the late 1950s, this book is the answer to all your questions! You can be happy with a few simple “fixes”. In the 4th picture
Take My Wife, Please!
How to live a Neurotic Wife Baker 1970 If you think times haven’t changed, this book might make you feel otherwise. The humor is so old school, I keep hearing Henny Youngman saying “take my wife, please.” Reading this you
Sense Relaxation: Blow Your Mind Gunther 1968 Submitter: I work in a small academic library, and I weeded [this] on my first pass through our medical collection. Self-described as “a book of experiments in being alive,” the book invites readers