It all started when Ayn's boyfriend pronounced her pornophobic - in defence of his own eyebrow-raising reading material. In order to prove that she wasn't a prude (just enlightened), this self-confessed Good Girl found herself jumping headlong into the booming sex industry in order to understand what her boyfriend was so interested in. She was intrigued to hear that "Porn is not merely acceptable, it's hip" (New York Magazine) and that women were the fastest growing segment in the porn industry. Ayn's quest soon aroused the curiosity of her female friends: and it transpired that the girls - single or married, involved or not - were desperate for information. And so, (in the name of research!) Ayn created her own "porn-to-do list." The items on the list ranged from: * Reading erotica * Meeting a porn star * Going to a sex store * Testing vibrators * Visiting a strip club Along the way, Ayn ditched the porn-obsessed boyfriend, and learned that one should not try to take change from a stripper's G-string tips, nor is the Hustler store the best place to make a first impression on a hot guy.This is the result of one woman's attempt to pierce the veil that modestly covers something many women are actually fascinated by.
Surprising, hilarious, informative, and ultimately non-judgmental, this is one book you won't put down - once you admit you're curious enough to pick it up!
Ayn Carrillo graduated from UCLA and Harvard and lives in Los Angeles where she writes screenplays for film and television and makes fun of herself in a relationship column for Tu Cuidad magazine. When she is not blogging at www.TheNaughtyKnitters.com she is working on her next book.