Cynthia Heimel seduced readers with her runaway bestseller Sex Tips for Girls.
Now, in this eagerly awaited follow-up, Heimel takes us on a journey toward romantic enlightenment and finds it's not all that far from midtown.
Should you date a man who's on Prozac? Why is "single" a buzzword that makes us feel like killing ourselves? What's so funny about a man in a dress? Why was the panty girdle the straw that broke the back of the patriarchy? What if your son gets married on MTV? Is the Backlash over? Why does the theory of evolution dictate that every human must get laid as much as humanly possible? Entertaining, erudite, and always irreverent, Heimel's manifesto is a must-have for the twenty-first-century female.
Merrill Markoe author of It's My F---ing Birthday [This] book is so funny, smart, and hilariously enraged that I cannot recommend it too highly. Well, I guess I could. But I don't know where that would get us exactly. Seattle Weekly [A] long awaited...trip (and tip) worth taking. Anne Lamott author of Traveling Mercies Cynthia Heimel is the funniest, most wonderful writer on romance, and sex, and bodies. Sometimes she makes me laugh out loud and sometimes she makes me feel like crying. This book is even better than Sex Tips for Girls. I'm going to tell people I wrote it. Lori Gottlieb People Wickedly hilarious essays...all snappy fun.