Book Review: 'Sexplorations: Journeys to the Erogenous Frontier'
In her second collection, Details magazine’s former sex columnist continues to go where few have before: a wife-swapping convention, a Christian dating service, and a Sexaholics Anonymous meeting, for starters. If you have the least bit of curiosity, you’ll forgive her bad euphemisms (”musk de tuna”) and applaud her journalistic fortitude as she cross-dresses in a gay sex club, visits a massage parlor, and wrestles into submission an inflatable love toy that looks like ”a blond Elvis who [has] been skinned.” A certain fluff factor makes Sexplorations both buoyant and insubstantial. Still, it’s some of the funniest feminist raunch around. A-