It is available at Kinokuniya in Singapore as well as NoQ ebookshop if you are too lazy to go to a bookshop or shy about being seen buying it.
The retail price in bookshops is S$24.61 (inclusive of GST).
You can order a signed copy at S$25.50 with local postage (within Singapore only). Kindly email me to enquire about the details.
About the Book
- What are the sexual problems faced by most Asian women?
- How do you choose and wear a condom?
- Why do I feel the urge to masturbate even though I have regular sex with my wife?
The answers to these and many other questions on love and sex are found within the pages of this new book.
Presented as a series of articles interspersed with Questions and Answers on related topics, Dr Martha Tara Lee draws on her experience in this field to educate and inform readers. Written in a straight-forward manner, and no topic is taboo and readers can seek explanations to many “personal” problems and clear any doubts they may have.
What Others are Saying
“We often grow up with various cultural influences and values pertaining to sexuality whether consciously or un-consciously. Without adopting a judgemental stance of what is “Right or Wrong”, Dr Martha has instead helped me to explore a wider perspective of how understanding our own, as well as other’s body and sexuality can bring about positive experiences and benefits in oneself and your partner.
This book highlights the very common, yet real issues faced by many of us of which we do not feel safe, comfortable to share about. In view of the inadequate sexual education locally, I find delight in the educational approach as set forth in this book and it covers practical guidance and tips on improving the quality of sexual intimacy, pleasure and relationship with your partner. In addition, it also sheds valuable insight into helping individuals with self-discovery. I highly recommend this book not just for couples, but everyone.” – Jason, May 31 May 2014
“I have enjoyed reading the book! The analogies on the durian and the magic wand are pretty appropriate in my opinion! The overall style is pretty easy for the layman to understand with a recap of the major themes in the last chapter.” – Anonymous