A fun, inclusive guide to satisfying sex for all men, jam-packed with expert advice, game-changing insights, and sensational sex positions.
You know you want it: More. Better. Hotter. But the editors at Men’s Health know you also have a lot of questions, especially as cultural ideas about gender, sexuality, and “taboo” desires have started to shift, making sex a little more complicated, too. Jordyn Taylor, Men’s Health’s sex and relationship editor, and sex expert Zachary Zane, tapped the top sex professionals for the best advice about getting it on.
No matter your preferences or what you’re into, and whether you’re single or in a relationship or several relationships at once, Best. Sex. Ever. is your funny and friendly authority on having awesome sex. You’ll find the answers to pressing questions like:
Is dirty talk problematic in a post-#MeToo world? (Nope. As long as your partner is into it, curse away, my dude.)
What’s the secret to taking a really good nude? (See: our illustrated guide to the best-ever selfie positions!)
Is it weird that I’m a straight guy who wants to try butt stuff? (Only if you hate the mind-blowing pleasure of prostate massage.)
Are my kinks normal? (Definitely—and we’ll show you how to try them.)
What’s the sexiest way to ask for enthusiastic consent? (Yup, it can be sexy.)
Complete with sex position illustrations, juicy anecdotes and honest myth-busting advice for open-minded, sex-loving guys, this book is bursting with insights on achieving pleasure with your partner(s)--every single time.
About the Author
Jordyn Taylor is the deputy digital editor at Men’s Health. She is an adjunct professor at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, as well as the author of two young-adult novels published by HarperTeen. She lives in New York City.
Zachary Zane is a Brooklyn-based columnist, sex expert, and activist whose work focuses on sexuality, lifestyle, culture, and the LGBTQ community. He currently has an advice column at Men's Health called "Sexplain It" and a relationship column at Queer Majority called "Zach and the City." His work has been published in New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, VICE, The Daily Beast, GQ, Playboy, Slate, and others.