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Everything Is Sex!

Live recording from Tampa Florida in March 2008. The full recording is part of a new advanced program called the Bring Out Her Inner Slut System.

I introduce a very different way of thinking about sex with your woman. When you do this, she will go freaking nuts over you! It’s one of the secrets to sexual power with women.

If you would like to play the MP3, use this link:
David Shade – Everything Is Sex! (MP3)


If you have any questions, leave them in the comments below…


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  1. DavidShade says:

    The “Secrets Of Female Sexuality” is 140 pages. The preview is only a section of the book.

  2. wat says:

    140 pages packed full of all the forbidden SECRETS of Female Sexuality
    but in the free preview the table of contents is only 64 pages
    Irefer to The Secrets of Female Sexuality

  3. NookieNotes says:

    Hi David! Just stopping by for a listen and to say I love it!

    @JohnMichaelCannon Yes, romance is sex! YAY! Gold star, LOL!

    @Art Good onya for getting it.

    @Abby There is a world of difference between sex with emotional attachment and men (or women) who are emotional and needy. Clingy Creampuff Casper Milquetoasts are not the kind of men David is talking about or to.

    I am a woman who proudly chooses sex with emotion over any other kind of sex because it is far more satisfying to me. I choose to share that emotion with a strong, confident, dominant man who will treat me like the princess I am in public and do what needs to be done in the bedroom.

    Because I like a man to take charge in the bedroom, I require that emotional bond. Trust is the key to getting my freak on, or to paraphrase David, pulling my inner slut out of storage. *grins*

  4. Abby says:

    I wanted to give you guys another viewpoint on women and emotion/romance and sex. There are a few of us out here who do not equate emotion to sex. There are those of use who can handle (and often prefer) sex without romance and the BS guys use to get laid. Some times, sex is just sex and that's ok. I actually feel less inhibited if my “parnter” and I can come out and say this is just sex – let's have fun. Some guys are too emotional and needy and it can be a turn off.

  5. DavidShade says:

    Hello Art,

    You are a rare man who 'gets it'. (also can be taken two ways).

    For you, I recommend my really advanced programs. Have you ever tried orgasm on command? Given her an orgasm without touching her? Made her orgasm last for up to an hour?

    All these things are possible (and more), once you understand the basics of female sexuality and giving women pleasure.

  6. DavidShade says:

    Hi Louis,

    Be sure to report back. I love to hear success stories!

  7. Louis Petz says:

    Enjoyed your video,

    can not wait for the weekend to try it….

  8. Art says:

    The recording is good, but it's not new to me. I always try to extend the foreplay as long as possible. I personaly like to use the motto that “the lady comes first.” It can be taken two ways and I wink when I say it, I also tell women they look deliscious, again with a wink. I strongly beleive in using sexually suggestive language when I think it will help.

  9. DavidShade says:

    Hi John,

    You are quite correct! Romance is a socially acceptable framework for sex. And women love romance, it's why romance novels are one of the top selling categories of books. A Masterful Lover will always leverage romance. I like to say romance lubricates the slide to sex.

    And, romance is a form of “Mental Foreplay”. Women get excited about what will happen later as they are being romanced because it fits their fantasies. As long as you are the confident man who leads her through the experience.

    And emotional closeness is another key point. If you want to woman to really be sexually wild, she needs to feel an emotional bond with her man. For many men, this is harder than romance, as it means they must be emotionally available and vulnerable. And we men are trained since childhood to do the opposite.

  10. JohnMichaelCannon says:

    On Twitter, you wrote “Men, see the hours before sex as foreplay. Feeling cherished and emotionally connected is an aphrodisiac for women. Romance is powerful!” If I follow you your thinking correctly… if romance sexually stimulates women, then romance is sex! What do you think about that? How might men use romance / emotional closeness to sexually stimulate their women?

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