Not Your Mother's Meat Loaf is a highly informative, hilarious, thought-provoking, and totally frank and friendly sex-positive comic book. There is just so much to be gained from this compilation of self-identified gay, lesbian, queer, straight, transgender and other artists. Each one offers their own unique take on what their sexuality is, what it isn't, what it could be and with how it helps define them as individuals. Cautionary without being preachy, sexy without being stupid, and liberating without being reckless, Not Your Mother's Meat Loaf delivers two simple messages with infinite variations: love yourself and love your sex life safely, intelligently, and with as much fun as possible!
It may take some guts to walk around carrying a bright pink book with the word “sex” on the cover, but you can rest assured that this is worthy reading material. In his newest book, the polymath and editor of the School of Life Series Alain de Botton is characteristically thoughtful and articulate, tackling the many paradoxes and pleasures of intimacy in clear, engaging, and beautiful prose. How to Think More About Sex is a balanced (though liberal) look at ethics, aesthetics, pornography, and adultery and accomplishes its goal; you will certainly think more deeply about a subject that (let’s face it) receives a great deal of attention anyway.