Quotations from Chapter 6 – The Art of Lovemaking:
“Learn as much as you can before the wedding night. The previous chapter on sex education should be read several times to make sure both the bride and groom understands the functions of the male and female reproductive systems.”
“The vaginal exercise program . . . is described in chapter 10. All brides-to-be should become aware of the muscles used and should practice [these] exercises several weeks before the wedding.”
“As the husband is tenderly caressing the clitoris or vaginal area with his hand, the couple will probably be lying on the bed with the wife on her back. If she will spread her legs, keeping her feet flat on the bed, and pull them up toward her body, it will be helpful for them both. The husband finds this voluntary act of cooperation very exciting, and it makes her most sensitive areas accessible to his caressing fingers. It is best for the husband to fondle the area around the clitoris, but he should not start foreplay there at first because of potential irritation.”
“We suggest, however, that they arouse each other as outlined above, and when the wife thinks she is ready for entrance, she should take the groom’s penis in her hand and place it in her vagina.”
“After her climax, the wife should turn on her side while the husband lies on his back. Gently massaging the genital region, she should run her fingers over his penis, pubic hair, scrotum, and inner thighs. She should be very careful not to put pressure on his testicles located inside his scrotal sac, as this can be quite uncomfortable.”
“The wife can lower herself onto his penis at her discretion.”
Oh my GOD. I don’t know whether to laugh or cringe. For something that is written for Christians, this chapter makes me feel so . . . unclean. I’ll bet the married Christian couple who wrote this book has an especially satisfying sex life even though they were both virgins on their wedding day. I’m so jealous.