Guide To Getting It On

Information You Can Trust about Sex

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This is a website for sex education. It contains explicit images and videos of genitals and things people do when they are having sex. This website is for informational purposes only. If you have questions of a medical or psychological nature, please consult with a licensed healthcare provider, psychologist, or sex therapist. Please watch this brief video before using this website.

Two men sitting up together in bed.

For Our Gay Brothers

Straight and gay men have much more in common than most people think. It doesn’t matter if we’re into women or men, our brains are in a constant battle with our genitals over who’s in charge.

All of us understand how penises work–we started yanking on our own when we were still in the womb. However, vaginas are their own universe. So a website for men who are into women needs to tackle different issues than a site for men who are into men.

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Cover of the "Guide To Getting It On" 10th edition

About Paul’s Book, “Guide To Getting It On”

“If you’re going to own just one book about sex, this is the one.” – Women’s Health Magazine

“You’ve never read a manual as warm, friendly, liberating, thorough, and potentially sex-life-changing as the Guide to Getting It On! Neither had anyone in our office, which may be why our copies keep disappearing.” – Oprah Magazine

“One of the few books about sex that you actually want to sit down and read.” 

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A woman who looks very loving, laying on top of a man who is not wearing a shirt, resting her head on his chest.

The Crush It In Bed Videos

“As a Human Sexuality educator at a community college, I find these videos to be a godsend for my students. The students look forward to watching them. They frequently comment how creative and educational they are and share them with their friends.” —Janet Minehan, Ph.D., Santa Barbara Community College

“One of the best series of sex-ed videos out there.” —David Ley PhD., author The Myth of Sex Addiction

“I have taught HLTH 2050 Sexual Health to over 500 students each year at East Carolina University for over 15 years.

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