Laughter in the Sheets: 6 Funny Books About Sex for the Playful Reader

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Sex. Hanky panky. Makin’ whoopee. Whatever you want to call it, gettin’ busy is a part of life that’s inspired a whole lotta laughs over the years. If you thought socks were the only thing that could raise an eyebrow at a Secret Santa or White Elephant gift exchange, think again! Welcome, dear readers, to the world of hilariously cheeky books about the birds and the bees.

Now, before you clutch your pearls and gasp in mock horror, let me assure you – these books are all in good fun, and they’re the perfect blend of wit, wisdom, and just a sprinkle of wickedness. Whether you’re looking to gift a giggle or simply want to understand the intricacies of human intimacy with a side of chuckles, you’re in for a treat.

Dive in, and let’s explore the laugh-out-loud world of funny books about sex!

New Erotica for Feminists: Satirical Fantasies of Love, Lust, and Equal Pay

In a world where the lines between fantasy and reality often blur, “New Erotica for Feminists” offers a refreshing and empowering twist on the classic genre of erotica. Imagine a universe where the fantasies aren’t just about pleasure, but about a world where women are recognized, respected, and treated as equals. Where the dream isn’t just about a passionate night but about a world where Tom Hardy delivers LaCroix to your door, Congress is gender-balanced, and the paychecks are as equal as the opportunities.

This book is a delightful blend of humor, empowerment, and sly satire. It reimagines tales as old as Adam and Eve and as contemporary as the most respectful of Tinder dates. But at its heart, it’s a book that answers the burning question: “What do women really want?” And the answer, told through tales of power, equality, and an immortal Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is both hilarious and inspiring.

How to Live With A Huge Penis

This satirical self-help book addresses the “plight” of men who believe they’re overly endowed. With chapters like “Unzipping the Monster” and “Big Blessings: Unexpected Advantages of a Huge Penis,” the authors offer mock guidance, faux medical advice, and even fake testimonials from “sufferers.” It’s a playful poke at societal obsessions and male insecurities, making it a perfect coffee table book for those who love a good laugh.

Imagine the Kama Sutra, but with cookies. Edward Jaye presents a deliciously naughty guide where gingerbread figures demonstrate various intimate positions. With witty commentary accompanying each “position” and delightful illustrations, it’s a playful and sweet exploration of intimacy that’s sure to leave readers both hungry and amused.

The Sexy Book of Sexy Sex

Comedians Kristen Schaal and Rich Blomquist dive headfirst into the world of sex, offering readers a hilarious and often absurd take on everything from the history of intimacy to futuristic fantasies. Filled with outlandish illustrations, fictional testimonials, and comedic advice, this book is a wild ride through the world of human relationships and desires.

The Lesbian Sex Haiku Book (with Cats!)

Anna Pulley masterfully combines the art of haiku with the theme of lesbian intimacy, creating a collection that’s both poetic and playful. Each haiku is paired with whimsical illustrations of cats by Kelsey Beyer, adding an extra layer of quirkiness to the mix. It’s a celebration of love, sexuality, and feline fun, making it a standout in the world of comedic literature.

Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk

This mock educational guide takes a humorous jab at traditional sex ed books. With chapters like “The Mysterious Female: What’s That All About?” and “Your Junk and You,” the Association for the Betterment of Sex offers readers a satirical look at human anatomy and sexuality. Packed with laugh-out-loud diagrams, faux facts, and tongue-in-cheek advice, it’s a comedic masterpiece that challenges societal norms and perceptions.

There you go! Another batch of hilarious reads to keep the giggles going. Remember, it’s all in good fun, so enjoy the humor and share the laughter!

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