Must the woos sexualize everything? Ali Shanti writes a messy, endless, creepy as hell essay about her father’s death and her own orgasms, while Jena La Flamme can’t stop posting about – what else? – pleasure:
“A great way to get in touch with your body, literally, is to masturbate more! It’s the very definition of self-love.”
— Gala Darling in her new book “Radical Self Love.”
What a great line.
Jena, honey? Lay off the diddling, just a bit – you already have enough self-love for all of Harlem.
Not to be outdone, Michael Smellsberg, Jena’s ex, turned his latest “best seller” – bullshit – into a potential VD present because it’ll teach you how to become a better lover. The last person I want giving me advice on my sex life is the greasy gargoyle.
“The Last Safe Investment” on TV! I’m not sure it makes a great Valentine’s gift (as they suggest), but I *am* close to 100% sure it’s the only business/personal finance book that has a section on investing in your sex life!
[From the book:] “How would one go about investing in becoming a better lover? The key is to treat your own sexuality as the greatest art form in which you will ever participate–an art form you plan to cultivate your entire life. . . . But this art form goes way beyond techniques. Ultimately, the best artist is the one who puts the most of herself into her art. Commit to investing time (and this investment should be the most fun in the book) to putting *all* of yourself into your sexuality.”
Never heard of an investment book that talks about sex? This is not your father’s investment book. If you’re ready for an approach to personal finance and investing that takes *all* of your life into consideration as a holistic whole, then pick up our book here: http://amzn.to/1RcJLw4
Bottom Picture Hall of Shame: The 11 Fans in the ‘Stans who liked Donkey’s vacation from vacation-itis “perfectionist” post.
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