1:Why write a book dedicated to prostate play?
My co-author, Aislinn Emirzian, was inspired to write The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure when she noticed that there were several books and how-to movies about the G-spot, but almost nothing about the prostate. Since the prostate is the G-spot for men, she decided that the world was ready for it. There are more toys for prostate play than there used to be, so clearly the interest is there. Men deserve just as much information and support for their sexual pleasure as women do.
2: For those who buy and read The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure: Erotic Exploration for Men and Their Partners what can they expect to learn?
We cover everything you need to know: anatomy, getting started, hygiene, solo play, partner play, massage, sex toys, pegging, prostate health, and the common concerns that many men and their partners face when exploring prostate fun. We surveyed almost 200 people, so we offer an incredible range of tips and ideas. We wanted to make prostate play easy and enjoyable, and the feedback we’ve received tells us that we did it.
3: I understand that you do workshops on prostate play, what are the questions you get asked most when you are doing workshops on prostate play? How do you answer any of those common concerns?
The three biggest questions we get are: Will this hurt? Will this be messy? Will this change my sexual orientation?
4: Many of us heard the term sex positive many times, what is your definition/understanding of the term?
My definition of sex-positive (which I’ve written quite a bit about: http://www.charlieglickman.com/category/sex-positivity/) is that the only relevant measure of a sexual act or practice is the consent, pleasure, and well-being of the people who do it or who are affected by it. Or to put it another way, as long as everyone is happy and nobody gets hurt, anything you want to do is fine.