MEN LIKE BARS WOMEN DON T HAVE A PENIS

Download Men Like Bars Women Don T Have A Penis ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to MEN LIKE BARS WOMEN DON T HAVE A PENIS book pdf for free now.

Men Like Bars Women Don T Have A Penis

Author : Iron Balz
ISBN : 9781425708382
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 27.85 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 386
Read : 585

To understand more about this book I suggest reading the Foreword, Preface, About the Author, and Table of Contents on our webpage www.MenLikeBars.com. Here is a brief description: This is an advice book for men and women along with observational chapters that give insight into the mind of a common man. Women write most relationship and advice books; therefore it is fair to assume that this book is the first of its kind written by a real man.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Ethical Pimp

Author : Tim Mojo Moore
ISBN : 9781483501048
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 75.36 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 886
Read : 634

Mojo will entertain you, offend you, and encourage you. Mostly, he will teach you what really attracts women, and it's not the psychological ninjutsu that pickup artists push. If you're lonely and you don't know why, read this book. Starting with the basics, you will start on a journey that will take you from pathetic to player. To attract women, you need to become the kind of man that women are attracted to - and this book contains everything you need to know to become that kind of man. You will learn how to dress, how to have the right attitude, how to talk to women, how to be a great lover, and more.
Category: Self-Help

White Men Can T Hump As Good As Black Men

Author : Todd Wooten
ISBN : 1425959768
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 37.49 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 416
Read : 1030

White Men Can't Hump is a book of hope. The hope is that one day Black Men in America will no longer be viewed as unintelligent, unattractive, undesirable, uncivilized, and just plain old worthless. White Men Can't Hump will address why Black Men in America are perceived in such a negative way, and will also explore the origins of this negativity. White Men Can't Hump will also explore how this negativity has been spread for the last four centuries (a la stereotypes), and why this negativity has been spread (a la "Fear of the Black Penis"). Several of these so-called negative Stereotypes will be closely examined and shown in a new light. White Men Can't Hump will ask why two well known Stereotypes that have been historically assigned to Black Men, are only considered negative when applied to Black Men. Most men desire a large Penis and an elevated sexual prowess, but all across America (in offices, bars and locker rooms) the Black Penis and Black Prowess are routinely the Punch Line to jokes. White Men Can't Hump will ask why, and will also ask a question that will create a debate for the ages: "Who's better in bed, Black Men or White Men?" White Men Can't Hump will take you the reader on an educational and enlightening journey through America's past and present with the hope of changing America's future. So sit back and enjoy or cuss, agree or disagree, and most importantly think with an open mind. Because whether you like it or not, White Men Can't Hump tells the story of who all of us are, where we've come from, and where we're going. White Men Can't Hump is divided into two VOLUMES. VOLUME I focuses on how Sex has historically affected Race relations in America, and VOLUME IIfocuses on how Race has affected Sex relations in America. Don't be confused by the similar titles because both VOLUMES pack a different Sexual, Racial, Political, and Social punch. For more information feel free to visit: www.whitemencanthump.com Enjoy the ride my friend.
Category: Psychology

Dealing In Desire

Author : Kimberly Kay Hoang
ISBN : 9780520275553
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 59.67 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 525
Read : 1060

"This fascinating ethnography examines one segment of Vietnam's diverse sex industry. Between 2006 and 2010, author Kimberly Kay Hoang was employed at four exclusive Saigon hostess bars catering to high-end clientele: wealthy Asian businessmen, Western expatriates and tourists, local Vietnamese men, and Viet Kieus (ethnic Vietnamese living abroad). Using participant observation and in-depth interviews with the sex workers, bar owners, managers, and mostly rich clients at all four locations, Hoang argues that Vietnam's high-end sex industry is much more than a byproduct of globalization--it's an integral component of the country's free-market capitalism, including its emergence as a regional economic player. Major business deals in Vietnam often occur within hostess bars, which businessmen use to stage a display of power, forge relationships, and impress clients. Hostesses facilitate these transactions by socializing with clients, as well as fulfilling fantasies of the flesh and of the culture. The author reveals how recent changes in the political economy have shaped the social structure of sex work in the country, just as actors involved in the sex industry have actively shaped Vietnam's political economy. Multiple constructions of gender are emerging across local, national, and global socio-spaces from the bottom up and the top down"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Social Science

The Penis Dialogues

Author : Gabriel Constans
ISBN : 0944031943
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 70.94 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 919
Read : 1266

A heads-up, hands-on exploration of the male member that is both amusing and informative. Men speak of their feelings about sexuality, gender experience of being male with honesty and insight.
Category: Health & Fitness

Women And Laughter

Author : Frances B. Gray
ISBN : 0813915139
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 64.33 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 464
Read : 952

Moving with lively ease from Aristotle to Lucille Ball and beyond, Frances Gray achieves a tour-de-force treatment of women and comedy while preserving humor throughout--her own and that of her subjects. She writes with clarity and theoretical rigor, providing a wealth of amusing anecdotes.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Real Love

Author : Andy Thompson
ISBN : 9781618628022
Genre : Religion
File Size : 53.57 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 766
Read : 517

"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love, and be loved in return." Love, something every human shares, the desire to love and be loved. And in the 21st century, a loving relationship is even more valued. We see love movies, watching teenage vampires find a love that will last more than one lifetime. Doctors, lawyers, even secret agents with "double O" status, all susceptible to Cupid's arrow. There are dating websites, chat rooms, bars, and places to "speed date." As we have used technology to enhance our lives, we couldn't help but put it to work in the most basic search of them all, the search for Real Love. And with the prevalence of divorce, the stakes are even higher, the challenge far greater. How can I find someone that will love me forever? And when I find that person, how should I proceed? This book is that answer. It is a guide. It is a manual on how to find someone, how to be found, and what to do once you find that person. And I trust that it will help you on your journey to find Real Love in a chaotic sexual landscape. But never give up; Real Love is possible.
Category: Religion

Ebony

Author :
ISBN :
Genre :
File Size : 65.45 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 589
Read : 1212

EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
Category:

Standup Guy

Author : Michael Segell
ISBN : 9780307767257
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 53.29 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 459
Read : 1246

Three decades after American women changed their strategy in the battle of the sexes, how do men really feel? About themselves? About feminism? Is it still possible for men to be heroes? Aggressive pursuers of status and dominance--their traditional goals? In this candid dispatch from the front lines of the gender war, journalist Michael Segell delivers some provocative answers. As a columnist for Esquire and an editor at Cosmopoli-tan, Segell began to document a serious disconnect between American men and women, a seemingly unbridgeable divide between what men and women say in public about sexual roles and their very real private thoughts and desires. Women today expect that they will be fulfilled both professionally and personally. But often, Segell found, men are secretly too angry and resentful to woo, or stay married to, women they view as competitors. The result for men: a passive-aggressive approach to women, a historic aversion to intimacy (the euphemistic "lack of commitment"), and a rapidly declining marriage rate. Even, astonishingly, a new mode of payback: sexual withholding. After interviewing disaffected combatants, married and single, on both sides of the ideological divide and tracing the causes of men's pain and confusion, Segell embarked upon a search for the kind of man who can end this sexual stalemate--a man who doesn't retreat from successful women. Over time, a portrait resolved: Both a lover and a fighter, he's tough and competitive yet loving and compassionate, stoic yet emotionally sophisticated, skilled in the bedroom and the boardroom. In short, a standup guy. Deep in an all-male universe--at men's retreats and in locker rooms--Segell limns the evolution of a new masculinity, a model that reaffirms traditional male virtues, the durability of manly friendship, the immutability of the ancient laws of sexual attraction, the delights of marriage and children, and the importance of the bond, however challenging and strained, between fathers and sons. Along the way, he turns his focus upon himself, offering moving accounts of the events and relations that have shaped his own vision of what it means to be a man. Finally, through keen analysis of sexual manners and rhetoric, Segell offers a blueprint, for both sexes, for a d├ętente in the thirty-year gender war. Intelligent, direct, and deeply felt, drawing upon comprehensive research and personal history, Standup Guy will enlighten and inform men and women alike. This is a book about men--Big Men and "rubbish men," athletes and aesthetes, philanthropists and presidential philanderers, babes and bullies, warriors and wimps, ladies' men and louts, and surfers, censorious censors, and CEOs. It's a book about male obsessions--or as my wife puts it, sports and sex. But it's also about the durability of manly friendship; the pure tough heart of little boys; the virtues of dominance and aggression; the utility of emotional constraint; the willfulness of the penis; the calming delights of marriage; and the challenging, often dangerous bond be-tween father and son. It's a book about the immutable laws of sexual attraction, and the persuasive power of a slow hand. It's about the dawning of personal insight, catharsis, and change. --from the Introduction From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Social Science