Bonk. A preview….

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The next book in my marvelously bizarre Mary Roach series is Bonk.

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And I should warn you, things are going to get extremely strange. If you’re the least bit squeamish about the subject of human sexuality I suggest you skip these posts because nothing is off limits.

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I loved Stiff in all its macabre glory… and when the topic is sex, you know Mary is going to bring it. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the chapter titles.

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Scientific research features heavily throughout the book.

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Of course they did.

If you’re up (so to speak) for a fascinating in depth look at sex, I promise you’ll learn some interesting tidbits, trivia, titillating trifles, facts about men, women and the lengths (so to speak) they’ll go to in the pursuit of pleasure.

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No doubt!

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28 thoughts on “Bonk. A preview….”

      1. Dad: Son, you are about to leave elementary school, so we need to talk about the birds and the bees
        Son: If you are still referring to them as “birds” and “bees”, I need to do the talking and you need to do the listening.

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  1. This book comes a little late for our generations. Not that we don’t have sex anymore, but some partnerships have mostly grown comfortable in how things get done. Or maybe that is just my partner and I? We have to be careful not to aggravate physical issues, such as knees and hips and shoulders. As well as other things. I think this book, for us, may be more voyeuristic than practical. But if it opens some closed minds, I am all for it!

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  2. I’m wondering if I might be a prude. Last month I happened to be watching a male kangaroo preparing to join with a female and I took a photo then thought it was an invasion of privacy. The kangaroo watching me watching him seemed to think so, too, going by him not ‘getting into it’ while I watched. Then there was a picture of an echidna’s ‘member’ in my social feed the other day and I was going to share it out of curiosity, but then thought about the invasion of privacy there, too – and how I wouldn’t like it if my hoo-hoo was out there and subjected to all and sundry’s ha-ha.. Methinks I may overthink.

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