Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Sex: But Were Afraid to Ask by David ReubenFor more than thirty years, Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask has been a part of our lives. This modern classic has made our sexual experiences more satisfying, our marriages more robust, and given our children a healthy and realistic attitude toward sex. Now Dr. Reuben has written an All New Edition of this timeless work. Based on the latest medical and scientific discoveries drawn from thousands of medical journals and scientific research projects, this edition is the ideal source of up-to-the-minute sexual knowledge for the twenty-first century.
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Everything you wanted to know about sex
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex*But Were Afraid to Ask
Leave it to Woody Allen to take one of the most influential and acclaimed books ever published on one of the most fundamental aspects of human behavior and strip away everything which made it deeply scientific or psychological, much to the dismay of its author. The result is a side-splitting look at sexual mores and hang-ups as seen through the eyes of one of the most genius comic minds of all time. Personally, I feel the only method of reviewing this Blu-ray is to go down the list and look at each vignette and what it laughingly said about human sexuality in the s. Doug Ross Gene Wilder at a loss of what to do when he finds himself falling in love with a sheep. Hands down the funniest vignette within Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex , Allen takes an understandably controversial subject and turns it into comic gold. The moment of him lying in bed with said sheep as he stares dreamily at the ceiling remains iconic. In any case, this tale of an Italian couple Allen and then-wife Louise Lasser , whose bedroom problems are solved by series of public sexual escapades, does leave something to be desired.
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It consists of a series of short sequences loosely inspired by Dr. David Reuben 's book of the same name. The credits at the start and close of the film are played over a backdrop of a large mass of white rabbits, to the tune of " Let's Misbehave " by Cole Porter. An August review by Time said that many of the film's ideas "sound good on paper" but that the "skits wind down rather than take off from the ideas"; the film includes "some broad, funny send-ups of other movies Fantastic Voyage , La notte , and its fair share of memorably wacky lines" but that "overall it is just Woody marking time and being merely a little funnier". The Time Out Film Guide noted that some of the film's sketches are "dross, but the parodies of Antonioni all angst and alienation of a wife who can achieve orgasm only in public places and of TV panel games 'What's My Perversion?