No one knows how to bring women's sexual fantasies to life better than Candida Royalle. After starring in twenty-five adult film classics, she moved behind the camera to launch her own groundbreaking line of female-friendly erotic films. In How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do, Royalle shares her personal and professional expertise to help women realize their own sexual needs and fantasies -- and bring confidence and creativity into their bedrooms.
In this book you'll find a blueprint for directing your own sex life. Packed with entertaining Director's Notes, Candida Close-Ups, and other tricks of the trade, Royalle shows you how to:
Create Your Character: Great sex begins with knowing what you want and how to get it. Discover the private fantasies you long to fulfill.
Set the Stage: Prepare any room for seduction using the most flattering lighting and music to set the mood.
Bring in Props: The best sex toys for you and your lover.
Dress the Part: Sexy costume suggestions, wardrobe do's and don'ts, and tips on how to select the best lingerie for your body type.
Learn Your Lines: Conquer stage fright and tell him what turns you on!
Have the Performance of Your Life: Fulfill your erotic potential and get the most out of your leading man.
...and other behind-the-scenes advice for stripping yourself of inhibitions, nurturing your sexiest desires, and transforming yourself into the star of your own sizzling fantasy!
Best known for her internationally acclaimed line of erotic films from a female perspective, Candida Royalle is the creator and director of Femme Productions, Inc. A much sought after speaker on female sexuality, Candida has been at the forefront of women's sexual expression and has lectured at professional conferences including the American Psychiatric Association; the Smithsonian Institution; the World Congress of Sexology; and the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (of which she is a member). She has also addressed several sexuality conferences and universities including Princeton, Columbia, Wellesley College, and New York University and has been featured in The New York Times and in magazines such as Time, Glamour, and Marie Claire. Her latest film, Stud Hunters, spoofs the adult industry, its fans, the media, and Royalle herself. She lives in New York.