Entertainment Love and Romance How to Give Her Absolute Pleasure - Book Review Two Takeaways: Morning Sex May Be Best and Men Shouldn't Rush Things Share PINTEREST Email Print How to Give Her Absolute Pleasure by Lou Paget, 2000. Love and Romance Sexuality Relationships Divorce Teens LGBTQ Friendship By Sheri Stritof University of Nevada, Las Vegas Sheri Stritof has written about marriage and relationships for 20+ years. She's the co-author of The Everything Great Marriage Book. our editorial process Sheri Stritof Updated February 17, 2017 Even though this book is aimed at men, I'm sure that women will find it informative too. I think this would be great reading for women who have a lack of interest in sex, find sex to not be pleasurable, or who have not experienced orgasm. For someone who wants to be a better lover, here are some sexual techniques presented in an honest way to help achieve that goal. Lou Paget explains why communication is so necessary if a couple wants to have great sex. Paget outlines the importance of intimacy beyond the bedroom. Pros Great bibliography!Looks at the importance of intimacy beyond the bedroom.Includes charts that rate lubricants, condoms and sex toys. Cons People could get hung up on performance as a goal.Needs to emphasize more that technique is not as important as attitude. Some of Paget's Thoughts Foreplay is key to a woman's sexuality.Foreplay does not have to be sexual.Women care about variety, not performance.Safe sex is critical even in long term marriages. Her chapter on it is sobering. The statistics she presents are eye openers.Morning sex may be the best. Women's hormones peak between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Men's peak at around 10 a.m.Good old-fashioned courting, treating a woman like a lady, and making her feel special can make a woman desire a man.Being tired and having no time are the biggest blocks to intimacy.Women prefer a slow buildup. Don't rush things.Sex should be about pleasure, not achieving a goal of orgasm.It is important that a man communicates with his wife why he masturbates so she doesn't think something is wrong with their sexual relationship. Chapter Content Several chapters in the book are about manual stimulation, oral sex, and sexual intercourse positions. Paget also includes charts that rate lubricants, condoms and sex toys. An extensive bibliography is also provided. The illustrations in the book are graphic but not offensive. Lou's final note mentions that just being a technically proficient lover isn't enough. A truly expert lover has a confident and caring attitude. "The deepest and most satisfying sex usually comes when two people are open, honest, and respectful in their communication." This book has the answers to many questions couples may have regarding their sexual intimacy.