Sex with the Lights On

200 Illuminating Sex Questions Answered


By Ducky Doolittle

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Few sex educators are as well-matched to the task of dispensing safe, honest, affirming sex advice as Ducky Doolittle, a former Times Square stripper, who emerged from behind the peepshow glass to climb to the top ranks of advisors on all matters sexual. For more than a decade, she has toured the country with her one-woman show, visiting hundreds of cities, where she has answered sex advice queries from thousands of women and men-partnered and singled, straight and gay. Ducky’s winning humor and rich knowledge of human sexuality have allowed complete strangers to open up and reveal their most intimate thoughts. In Sex with the Lights On she shares for the first time the most-often asked questions, which include: What’s the best oral sex technique? Does every woman have a G-spot-and what are the top tips for locating her own? Can men have multiple orgasms? How does a couple introduce anal sex into their relationship? Why do anti-depressants lower sex drive and how can that be avoided? Ducky not only answers each question with a sex-positive open-mind, she gives readers permission to laugh and relax and to create the sex lives that best suit their own desires.

On Sale
Apr 18, 2006
Page Count
320 pages

Ducky Doolittle

About the Author

Ducky Doolittle is a sex educator, writer & comedian. Her story is one of a woman who emerged from behind the peepshow glass to the head of the class — as one of America’s most celebrated sex educators. Ducky toured the nation performing her signature shows: Amazing Objects Removed From Human Rectums and The Screwy Animal Show. She traveled to every corner of the nation, from Boise, Idaho to New Orleans and has regularly appeared in clubs and cabarets in New York City, San Francisco and at The Improv’s “Ladies of the Evening” in Hollywood.

Ducky’s experiences both on and off stage have contributed to the unique and sincere personality she is today. In the workshops and classes she now conducts, she mixes humor with sex advice, giving her audience permission to laugh and relax as she dishes out real, solid sexual information. Her schedule is packed full of engagements, venues include universities & colleges, non-profit & community organizations, private events and public venues like the Museum of Sex and Toys in Babeland in New York City. Ducky regularly appears at universities like Antioch College, Barnard College, Columbia University, New York University, Pace University, Sarah Lawrence College, University of Michigan, Vassar College, Wesleyan University — to name a few! Ducky also spent three years working as the Educational Coordinator and lead workshop facilitator for Toys in Babeland, NYC. This year she was awarded a fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts in the category of Non-Fiction Literature.

Ducky has been featured in many magazines like Spin, Penthouse, and Details. She has been seen in newspapers like The New York Times, The New Yorker, New York Observer, NY Post, and The Village Voice. She is frequently consulted on women’s sexuality issues by magazines like Marie Claire‘s “What Makes It Irresistible” (April 2002), Cosmopolitan‘s “Female Ejaculation: The Last Taboo” (March 2002 – UK), Honey Magazine‘s “Foreplay: Have an Orgasm Tonight!” (February 2002) and Mademoiselle‘s “How To Be The Best Lover He’s Ever Had” (January 2000). Ducky’s work as a sex journalist and sex advisor has been published internationally. Ducky often appears on shows like Day to Day (NPR), Sex Bytes (HBO), Sexcetera (PlayboyTV), Behind Closed Doors (PlayboyTV), and The Howard Stern Show (E!). Her sex advice has been cited by Jay Leno in his monologue! Ducky has also been a consulting sex expert for The Learning Channel’s Sex In The New Century (ABC New Productions) and she was the writer and host of sixty episodes of Fresh Advice, a sex advice show for women (Pseudo Programs, Inc).

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