This hilarious book began life a decade ago, when the Erotic Review needed a regular diary to enliven its pages with monthly tales of sexual deviance.
Readers' letters soon confirmed that it was one of the most popular features in the magazine, and seemed to reflect their desire for wicked sexual anecdote, told with outrageous humour and informed by a robust, anarchic view of the world. The diary's enemies have accused it of being swineishly rude about such vital modern luminaries as therapists, politicians and sex gurus... To which the author pleads guilty.
"A wildly funny combination of humour, sexual tales, and outrageous opinion..."
This book is a collection of the best of Diary of a Sex Fiend together with the funniest sketches from Playboy illustrator Byron Humphrey. Nothing is alien to the author's gaze, and he is willing to turn his laser-like satire on such outre sexual activities as goat molesting, the rise of the Bukkake Girl, the sexual habits of Tony Blair or the delights on offer at the Suzi Qumquat Thai Garden of Pleasures, East Batley.
Nothing is sacred, and nothing is safe from his savage wit. Described by one fan as being like the perfect welsh rarebit, liberally doused with Tabasco, with which to finish a banquet, his take on the most basic of human activities is scabrous, piquant, and a delight from start to finish.