Author: Eugene Scheimann, M.D., with Paul G. Neimark
Size: 4.25″ x 7″
Plump women often make the best lovers.
Oral-genital sex can keep weight down.
Dieting often inhibits sexuality.
Compulsive eaters lead poor love lives.
A change in attitude can bring new waves of sensual pleasure — from food and sex alike.
Carefully researched and documented with numerous case histories, SEX AND THE OVERWEIGHT WOMAN brings new help to millions of American females . . . regardless of size, shape, age, or weight.
The pleasures of eating and the delights of sex are intimately bound upon the human psyche. But in diet-obsessed and guilt-ridden American, both eating and sex have become the sources of deep-seated fear and anxiety.
In this remarkable book, Dr. Eugene Scheimann analyzes the relationship of eating to love and lucidly proves the un-thin woman’s superior skills as a love partner.
Dismissing popular diets is unworkable, Dr. Scheimann offers a unique prescription for weight control through the joys of physical love.
AFTER READING THIS BOOK, YOU MAY NEVER DIET AGAIN!
(from the cited edition)
2. Dieting Does Not Cure Obesity
3. Overweight Is Under-Love
4. The Fixation on Youth
5. How the American Woman Becomes Asexual
6. Patterns of Asexuality
7. The Role of Pleasure in Life
8. The Particular Role of Oral Pleasure: Food vs. Sex
9. Compulsive Eating
10. Four Steps to Cure the Food Addict
11. Don’t Reduce — Seduce
12. The Superior Sexuality of the Plump Woman
13. Moderate Overweight Is Not a Health Hazard
14. Physical Types and Overweight
15. The WBM+ “Magic Formula”
16. The Georgy Girl
Subtitle: (if different)
Size: 4.25″ x 7″