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Who Should You Have Sex With?

The Secrets to Great Sexual Chemistry

Who Should You Have Sex With? by Mark Thompson
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How can you have a better sex life?

It starts with sexual chemistry. Who Should You Have Sex With? reveals what factors go into explosive sexual chemistry and how to create that kind of red-hot bedroom connection. You will discover:

  • Your own sexual style
  • How to spot a partner who has a style that best meshes with yours
  • How to expertly read the hidden desires of your current or future partner


But these secrets aren’t just for singles! For couples, this book shows how to
reignite your sexual spark by:

  • Understanding your partner’s sexual fantasies and secret desires
  • Trying out new roles both in and out of the bedroom

Whether you’re single or in a relationship, it’s never too late to turn up the heat. And it’s never too late to have a great sex life.

“Dr. Thompson is a matchmaking genius.”—Michael Georgeff, PhD, former director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Institute

“Dr. Thompson is an Alfred Kinsey for the Internet age.”—Philip Zimbardo, PhD, professor of psychology at Stanford University, former president of the American Psychological Association, bestselling author of The Lucifer Effect

Written by Dr. Mark Thompson, an Internet pioneer who designed online matchmaking systems for and Yahoo!, this book is based on Dr. Thompson’s wildly popular online tests on sex, attraction, and personality—which have been taken by over thirty million people worldwide.

Sourcebooks, Inc.; January 2010
320 pages; ISBN 9781402254819
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Title: Who Should You Have Sex With?
Author: Mark Thompson
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