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Best Sex Ed Books: a new category for the "Best Resources" list

My first thought is:

If this were to happen, it should be password-protected content like the "Best Finance Books" category:

"This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below."

With that said, this book (and its positive reviews and table of contents) gave me the idea:

  • She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman (Kerner)

Why not a "Best Resources" list for sexual education?


On one hand, it's a little outside the scope of social skills and self-empowerment TPM is focused on.

On the other hand, it also has the potential to be

  1. Very value-giving to those looking for better romantic relationships
  2. Good for giving readers something they likely won't find on most other websites
  3. Helpful to those lacking in the bedroom department

Curious to read your thoughts.

Lucio Buffalmano, Kavalier and leaderoffun have reacted to this post.
Lucio BuffalmanoKavalierleaderoffun

Yeah, I sometimes thought about it, too -and even looked for the best books/courses to go through-.

Several categories aren't 100% "in scope" either -for example, biographies, business, red pill, wealth, critical thinking... Heck, there's even a list of "best nutrition books"-.
Edit: but they're all "in scope" when we look at self-empowerment as a holistic approach to life.

However, one should go through a few books and courses in each category to make a list -lest you end up like the copy-pasted lists that dot the web :)-.
I haven't (yet).

There's also a reason why (that I also share in Seduction University when it comes to what to prioritize).
And when it comes to priorities, as much as sex is important, all that comes before sex is more important. One can be the best ever in bed... But if he struggles to reach that stage, he'll remain single or celibate. Any guy who's juuuust barely about average -or even below average- but can get there even with, say, one new girl a month in the meanwhile will run rings around him and have a girlfriend he likes and likes him back in a year or less.

To make a comparison, it's like "hair in the back VS facial hair".
Should you spend more time waxing your back if you have back hair, or adjusting your beard?
By far adjusting your beard, because by the time you get naked, unless she's gone some total repulsion to back hair and one really has a lot of them, then... It won't matter that much.

Otherwise, absolutely, it's a category that will eventually get there.

And if you guys have read or gone through any good course and want to review it, just let me know.

Fixed typos and missing words

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Ali ScarlettKavalierBel
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I think it's a great idea, Ali. Did you read that book? Would you recommend it?

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