Books

Ideally, we all love to be our best, most confident selves — in bed and out. But the truth is that everyone has their baggage and hangups. What that all boils down to? It means that not all of us are as good in bed as we’d like to be. When out of town, some of us are insecure because of being in untried waters. If you feel this way, you’re 100 percent not alone. Wipe the sweat from your brow though, because we got you covered by these books:

1.) The Sex Tourism Handbook: Bed-Hopping Around the World

As globalization erodes national borders and the Internet spawns online communities for every conceivable interest or fetish, sex tourism is surging. The Sex Tourism Handbook is the first book to explore the emergence of the online sex tourist subculture and its mounting impact on the world’s flesh trade. In this groundbreaking travelogue, the globe is being traversed to put sex tourism under the microscope.
Think you know about sexual customs around our world? Have fun and enjoy some surprises!This book is a humorous glimpse of a wide range of stereotype-busting sexual, relationship and romantic mores around the world. It is fun, interesting, and eye-opening! For example, places where women control the mating game, set marriage rules, and marry one another for political power. The fact that it’s all true also makes it fascinating. Take a romp through a rollicking worldwide tour with LOL views of extraordinary sexual customs. It will astound and regale you. At the same time, it proves sex is like happiness – universally sought but subjectively enjoyed.
People all over the world dance traditional and popular dances that have been staged for purposes of representing specific national and ethnic groups. The dances were investigated to see many motives that impel people to dance in these staged productions: dancing for sex or dancing sexy dances, dancing for fun and recreation, dancing for profit – such as dancing for tourists – dancing for the nation or to demonstrate ethnic pride. In this study Shay also examines belly dance, Zorba Dancing in Greek nightclubs and restaurants, Tango, Hula, Irish step dancing, and Ukrainian dancing.
It’s the early 1990s and three young people are looking to change their lives, and perhaps also the world. Attracted to the ambitious global peacekeeping work of the UN, Andrew, Ken and Heidi’s paths cross in Cambodia, from where their fates are to become inextricably bound. Over the coming years, their stories interweave through countries such as Rwanda, Bosnia, Somalia and Haiti – war-torn, lawless places where the intervention of the UN is needed like nowhere else. Driven by idealism, the three struggle to do the best they can, caught up in an increasingly tangled web of bureaucracy and ineffectual leadership. As disillusionment sets in, they attempt to keep hold of their humanity through black humour, revelry and ’emergency sex’.