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Dr. Drai: 20 Things You May Not Know About The Penis

From our favorite obgyn: Dr. Drai:

My new book “20 Things You May Not Know About The Penis” is finally HERE!

Consider this book the conversations we’d have if we were walking through the mall or getting our hair and nails done on a Saturday while sipping on some GOOD TEA! With chapters on whether you should spit or swallow, why jackin’ off is a great thing, and whether or not you should give the small penises any love, you know you are going to be hollerin’ all up and through that mall or salon! OMG! Can’t take you NO WHERE! However, as #AmericasOBGYN and having taken up medicine because of my genuine desire to inform #GYNEGirls, #Preggos, and #GENTs on their health, this book is about education as well.

Did you know:

  • men can do Kegels, too?
  • it is completely normal for a man to have 3-4 erections while he sleeps?
  • prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men?
  • the clitoris has twice as many nerves as the penis?

You already know how I feel about your health; it is the number one priority for me. This book addresses real issues, BUT if you are going to be talking about or dealing with the penis you have got to have some fun! Right?

You may think you know all there is to know about the penis and I’m sure you are doing a great job using that knowledge to rock your man’s world. The “Medical T” I drop in this book will take you from “PUT A CONDOM ON IT” to “PUT A RING ON IT” status (well, maybe)! It is such an honor to be considered as a little bit more than a doctor by some of you; y’all are my BOOs, otherwise I wouldn’t have written a book for you with my BEST TIPS.

“20 Things You May Not Know About The Penis” is available now online at http://www.drdrai.com/product/book. ORAL SEX Tips included…Pick up your copy TODAY and get ready to take your man to a whole new level TONIGHT! 

A portion of the proceeds from book sells goes to one of my favorite charities that advocates for victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence is REAL. Sadly, I haven’t met a patient yet who has not been a victim. A woman is beaten EVERY 9 SECONDS in the U.S. This truly breaks my heart. Remember if you are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1. You can also search www.domesticshelters.org to find domestic violence programs in your area OR call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE). Pass this info along; you ALREADY know who needs it.

#GYNEGirls, #Preggos, and #GENTs, I really hope you LOVE this book as much as I love all of you! Until next time. Kisses…