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BOOK REVIEW: Just the Tip – Sex Tips for Chicks by Gay Dudes

| 11 March 2018 | Reply

BOOK REVIEW: Just the Tip – Sex Tips for Chicks by Gay Dudes

Lost the Plot
November 2017
Hardcover, $16.99
Reviewed by Steph O’Connell

Non-Fiction / Guides / Humour


Sex tips for women written by an international panel of gay men.

Ever wondered:

– How to give the perfect blow job?
– Where a guy should blow his load?
– What sleep chemistry is?
– You are not alone.

There are only so many sex-related questions you can ask Google before your browser history explodes and you’ve scarred your retina with too many dodgy, and frankly quite disturbing, image search results. Worry no more, we went directly to the experts on everything “man-junk” to bust some myths, get some tips and learn a lot more.

Just the Tip is a hilarious, dirty and wonderfully informative book full of sex tips for women, inspired by advice from an international panel of gay men.

Featuring many tips from mild to wild, a nice take-home message from the book is that at the end of the day everything comes back to the importance of chemistry.

Nothing is off limits. This book covers a range of basic, adventurous and taboo topics, including:

– Etiquette, Kissing, Spooning and Sex
– The Penis, Hand Jobs, Balls and Blow Jobs
– The Perineum, Butt Play, Anal Sex and Play Time

Get ready to get lucky.

The perfect gift for any friend (or soul mate).



Just the Tip is a quick, light read, with a lot of common-sense suggestions, but also a few suggestions that people might find it hard to ask about or just not realise is something they should be asking about in the first place. 

With one tip to every page or two of this book, this book is exactly what it says on the label; it’s just the basics, just the beginning, and also light and humorous.

#34: Do Not Try to Suck or Lick Someone’s Face. This is Not Hot.

The reading of this book is not a long or arduous endeavour, but there are plenty of moments that are laugh out loud, poignant, or enlightening. It covers a lot of bases (no pun intended) with regards to “standard” sex stuff as well as kinks and techniques, and while many of these tips are just the one line, some do go into further detail where necessary.

Every reader is bound to take something of value away from this title, whether they be male, female, or trans, and whatever their sexuality, because let’s face it, we all have sexual blind spots, and this book is a step along the path to removing the stigma of talking about what goes on behind closed doors.


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