cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon: Not-So-Straight Answers from America's Most Outrageous Gay Sex Columnist
eBook Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon: Not-So-Straight Answers from America's Most Outrageous Gay Sex Columnist ePub

eBook Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon: Not-So-Straight Answers from America's Most Outrageous Gay Sex Columnist ePub

by Michael Alvear

  • ISBN: 0758202857
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Michael Alvear
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kensington (May 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 352
  • ePub book: 1650 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1532 kb
  • Other: lrf mobi docx azw
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 280

Description

Both gay men and straight men are afraid to admit we want to have a much sex with as many people as we can. Where we diverge is in the strategies we use to cover up our inconvenient natures

Both gay men and straight men are afraid to admit we want to have a much sex with as many people as we can. Where we diverge is in the strategies we use to cover up our inconvenient natures. Straight men pretend they don't really feel that way; gay men admit they feel that way but for righteous reasons. I tested the interest of this topic on both straight men and straight women, by saying things like, "Have you heard of the empty toilet paper roll test?" And by reading this book in public - the yellow cover with large black letters garnered a great deal of attention.

Alvear answers questions with the compassion of a caffeine addict out of coffee, lining up a panel of doctors . With buzz-saw wit, Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon will leave you laughing, howling, and knowing everything you need to know about se. .

Alvear answers questions with the compassion of a caffeine addict out of coffee, lining up a panel of doctors and psychologists against the wall and beating the truth out of them. The result is a marriage of impeccably accurate information, politically incorrect opinion and withering sarcasm.

FISA judge demands more answers on FBI warrants - Продолжительность: 6:51 Fox News Recommended for you. Новинка! 6:51. ABC Song Boo Boo Song Baby Shark Bath Song Baby Song Cartoon Nursery Rhymes & Kids Song Kids TV - Nursery Rhymes And Baby Songs 1 914 зрителей. US OPEN CRICKET 2019 DAY 3 LIVE maqtv 339 зрителей.

With buzz-saw wit, Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon will leave you laughing, howling, and knowing everything you need to know about sex. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Gay men have more sex than anyone on the planet and yet in some ways we’re the most inexperienced at it. By trivializing sex, mechanizing it, sizing it, some of us have ended up removing it, permanently, from intimacy. Luckily, this is not the case for most gay men, who struggle with less tragic problems, like figuring out where their next ejaculation is going to land.

book by Michael Alvear. Straight Women Love This Book. com User, August 29, 2006

book by Michael Alvear . com User, August 29, 2006. While reading "How to Get a Six-Figure Cash Advance," by Susan Harrow, I came across a one-page example of pitch letter on "Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon. The title alone evokes such curiosity and expectation that I just had to get a copy of this book. And this book kept me laughing and saying, "Oh really?

Alvear answers questions with the compassion of a caffeine addict out of.With buzz-saw wit, Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon will leave you laughing, howling, and knowing everything you need t. Because the questions come from gay men all over the country, they're like a peephole into the anxieties, concerns and worries that gay men have about sex. Here's a sampling of what you'll learn:. Only 6% of the population need extra-large condoms. With buzz-saw wit, Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon will leave you laughing, howling, and knowing everything you need to know about sex.

Men Are Pigs, but We Love Bacon: Not-So-Straight Answers from America's Most Outrageous Gay Sex .

Men Are Pigs, but We Love Bacon: Not-So-Straight Answers from America's Most Outrageous Gay Sex Columnist is a book written by Michael Alvear. 353. Michael Frayn Collected Columns Michael Frayn. 354. Michael Moore Is a Big Fat Stupid White Man David T. Hardy. Michael Moore Is a Big Fat Stupid White Man is a book by David T. Hardy and Jason Clarke about author and filmmaker Michael Moore, criticizing him and his works more.

by Michael Alvear Because the questions come from gay men all over the country, they're like a peephole into the anxieties, concerns and worries that ga.

Published: May 2003 Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation Pages: 352 Paperback ISBN: 9780758202857. Overview of Men Are Pigs, but We Love Bacon: Not-So-Straight Answers from America's Most Outrageous Gay Sex Columnist. Alvear answers questions with the compassion of a caffeine addict out of coffee, lining up a panel of doctors and psychologists against the wall and beating the truth out of them. Here's a sampling of what you'll learn

Ernest Michael Alvear is an American author, columnist, blogger and media personality. Alvear co-hosted the international TV series The Sex Inspectors

Ernest Michael Alvear is an American author, columnist, blogger and media personality. Alvear co-hosted the international TV series The Sex Inspectors. Alvear co-hosted the television show The Sex Inspectors with British author and TV personality Tracey Cox. The show aired between 2004 and 2006 on Great Britain's Channel 4 and was subsequently syndicated internationally to twelve markets including the US (HBO), Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Italy, Germany and South Africa.

If You're Looking For Warmth And Compassion About Your Sexual Worries, You Picked The Wrong Book. . . Yes, you'll get all your burning and why-is-it-burning questions answered, but the advice is coming from a son-of-a-bitch with a breathtaking gift for the gratuitous insult. In these pages, you'll find medical answers to everything from how you can ejaculate farther to how you can take--ahem--more cargo on your loading dock. Alvear answers questions with the compassion of a caffeine addict out of coffee, lining up a panel of doctors and psychologists against the wall and beating the truth out of them. The result is a marriage of impeccably accurate information, politically incorrect opinion and withering sarcasm. Because the questions come from gay men all over the country, they're like a peephole into the anxieties, concerns and worries that gay men have about sex. Here's a sampling of what you'll learn: . . . Only 6% of the population need extra-large condoms. Get over it. . . . The average erect penis is 5. I" long and 4.8" around. Unless you're in a chat room. Then double it. . . . Kegel exercises will give you harder hard-ons and more powerful orgasms. But then, so will an 18-year-old. . . . 50% of men on anti-depressants experience sexual side effects. And no, having an affair is not considered a side effect you can blame on medicine. With buzz-saw wit, Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon will leave you laughing, howling, and knowing everything you need to know about sex.

Comments

Xangeo Xangeo
Thank you for entertaining us while educating us... We share a column entry each week at the beginning of our GBQ Men's book club in SLC, Utah.
Keep it light...
Ffel Ffel
While reading "How to Get a Six-Figure Cash Advance," by Susan Harrow, I came across a one-page example of pitch letter on "Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon."

The title alone evokes such curiosity and expectation that I just had to get a copy of this book.

And this book kept me laughing and saying, "Oh really? If this is the case for gay men, I wonder about straight men."

"Men Are Pigs, But We Love Bacon," is a compilation of Alvear's letters and advice from his advice column, written for gay men.

He asserts that he writes this column "the way men talk about sex - brutally, with a sense of entitlement, and a breathtaking gift for the gratuitous insult."

One of the many hilarious statements that Alvear makes in this book is, "We're the only group I know that can make the pursuit of plain old dog-yard scrumping sound like some noble, spiritual quest for a better life. ... Both gay men and straight men are afraid to admit we want to have a much sex with as many people as we can. Where we diverge is in the strategies we use to cover up our inconvenient natures. Straight men pretend they don't really feel that way; gay men admit they feel that way but for righteous reasons."

I tested the interest of this topic on both straight men and straight women, by saying things like, "Have you heard of the empty toilet paper roll test?" And by reading this book in public - the yellow cover with large black letters garnered a great deal of attention.

This book intrigues the straight and the gay. Alvear says that gay men are more obsessed with their penis size than straight men. And for those who aren't sure what size "sock" to use on their penis, Alvear advices sticking it in an empty toilet paper roll - if it doesn't go over the length, the man is not extra large.

From the first page to the last, I loudly laughed, and learned a great deal about the psychological and medical issues of men (gay and straight) that despite the in-your-face language used by Alvear, this book is an excellent one for readers from age 18 and up, no matter your persuasion.
Vut Vut
Covering every conceivable sex guide topic (and a few that don't usually come to mind), Alvear's book is a collection of outtakes from his advice column, "Hey, Woody". His style is sassy and full of wit, and also intelligent, especially in his advocating informative choices when it comes to safe sex and drug use, instead of the usual "Just Say No" approach which every ignores anyway. Alvear knows his audience and speaks clearly to them, and while I may not agree with every answer he gives, I found myself learning a thing or two nonetheless. "Men Are Pigs, but We Love Bacon" is a [book] with attitude.
Sorryyy Sorryyy
This book is too crude for words. I was genuinely shocked by some of the language. But that aside, you can't help but laugh at Alvear's observations of the male psyche. I like the formatting of the book: Questions are bolded; answers are not, making it easier on the eyes. Also, the questions and answers average about 400 words, making it easy on the brain.
Although it was clearly not written for women, I was fascinated with the book. Gay men not only own `the equipment' but spend most of their waking hours trying to figure out how to provide pleasure to other owners of the equipment. So it stands to reason that women have a lot to learn from gay men.
My favorite question is the only one in the book from a heterosexual man. He wanted to know if his "pretending to be gay to get chicks" was ethical. If the question doesn't hit you over the head with the way men think, Alvear's answer will: "Unethical? It's brilliant."
For gay men this book is a no-brainer buy. It's got facts (Only 6% of men need extra-large condoms) and wit ("the best way to make your partner more sexually attractive? Try the dimmer switch") galore. For women however, I'd back off unless you have a high threshold for trash talk. But then, that's the point of the book-to portray the way men REALLY talk about sex. Besides, the title is priceless.
Sataxe Sataxe
The book is a collection of sex advice questions the author tackled in a nationally syndicated column. Alvear has a breathtaking gift for the gratuitous insult ("You want to know how to make your boyfriend more attractive in bed? Try the dimmer switch") but every once in a while, you see another aspect, which is surprising after a string of insulting one-liners: sensitivity. It's like there's an "inner kitten" in his "roaring lion" persona. Take this moving answer on a question about AIDS: "Life isn't worth living without sex, but sex isn't worth dying over. Every gay man lives in relationship to this suffocating contradiction. Every new HIV infection is a gong that vibrates through the gay community, reminding us of our awful dilemma."
In chapters ranging from cruising ("How to Stalk Your Prey") to [release] ("The Utter Cream: How to Milk Your Man") Alvear peppers us with humor-laced facts. Average erect size? 5.1 inches. "Unless you're in a chat room," he writes. "Then double it."
Men are Pigs is a hilarious read, but take cover if you're easily offended. If this book were a radio station the FCC would pull its license for constantly barking out the seven words you're not allowed to say on the air.