Prepare to enter a fantasy world. A world where clothes get folded just so, delicious dinners await, and flatulence is just not that funny. Give the fairer sex what they really want beautiful PG photos of hunky men cooking, listening, asking for directions, accompanied by steamy captions: "I love a clean house!" or "As long as I have two legs to walk on, you'll never take out the trash." Now this is porn that will leave women begging for more!
Porn For Women was a book I chose through the Mini Book Expo website, where you claim, read and blog a book. Although I wasn't sure what to expect when I claimed Porn For Women, I certainly ended up enjoying it.
The basic premise of this very cute book is to present photos and captions of what really turns women on. So flip to a random page and you may see a brilliant glossy photo of a very handsome man dusting ... yes that's right dusting! All the photos are perfectly innocent, with no offensive nudity, unless a shirtless man offends you this book is safe for everyone.
The thing about this book that I enjoyed the most is the obvious desire to present a novelty book of high quality. As mentioned above the pages are a nice heavy stock paper, with a beautiful glossy finish. The photos were done by photographer Susan Anderson and show a great talent. Layout and design were also fantastic as the photos, captions and background blend together with vibrant colours.
Other features found inside are short biographical interviews with all the models, and a cosmo-style quiz at the back. All in all Porn For Women is a terrific little book that would make a perfect stocking stuffer, bridal shower gift or just a nice, little gift for any women in your life. Sure to bring a smile to anyone's face and great for a giggle.
Photos courtesy of Chronicle Books
About the Author
The Cambridge Women's Pornography Cooperative asked women, young, old, rich, and poor, "What really, really gets you hot?" Armed with their findings, they worked day and night to create Porn for Women.
Susan Anderson is a Los Angeles-based photographer who believes the future of porn shouldn't be in the hands of men alone.
Published by Chronicle Books