Lorenzo Baccala's Book Shares Compilation of Interviews with 'G'
The book is a compilation of entertaining interviews with Baccala's old friend "G," a prolific lover of women. Each provocative chapter addresses a different sexual practice or category. As a philosopher and a physician, Baccala captures the essence of each "sexploration." After his story ends, "G," in a philosophic mood, muses about both modern sex in America and on the soon-to-come arrival of the first pansexual aphrodisiac.
Baccala and "G" have been friends for many years. Baccala says, "I encouraged him to allow me to interview him anonymously and write the book about his impressive sexual history with over 300 women over 30 years and the lessons he learned. I have been a keen observer of sexual behavior over decades and recently proposed the theory of the BGL or the Brain Genital Law."
"The Man Who Made Love to More Women Than Casanova" is written from the perspective of two Italian men who both love women and the art of seduction. G confesses, "Women in a sense have taught me more about life than men, and my brain has an enormous number of women-appreciative cells." Baccala hopes readers will appreciate the thrill of "G's" adventures and shares the book with their partner as a sexual education tool.
"The Man Who Made Love to More Women Than Casanova"
By Lorenzo Baccala
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 192 pages | ISBN 9781481743853
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 192 pages | ISBN 9781481743860
E-Book | 192 pages | ISBN 9781481743846
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Lorenzo Baccala is, among other things, a social philosopher who ponders over the impact of sex both on individuals and life in general. He currently lives in isolation in a small cabin on top of a mountain but promised to keep in touch on sexual matters by writing a column on sex, G's Spot, at thedecraptitationsociety.com.
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