Housewife’s Guide to the Practical Striptease Book Review

July 09th, 10   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   3 Comments
Housewife's Guide to the Practical Striptease

The front cover of the book

So I have to admit that when I ordered this book, I had no idea what to expect. It was eight dollars, so I thought “Why not”, but there wasn’t any reviews, so I had no idea. I also am not a housewife nor is my still-in-college boyfriend, so we’re looking at it from a viewpoint of wanting for him to do a striptease for me that is more comfortable to him. And “practical guide” sounded like it should help with that.

The Housewife’s Guide to The Practical Striptease is not a large book at all – it’s actually a tiny book – akin to about the height of what you’d expect from a regular-sized candy bar. The book has 60 pages and is printed in black and white from Indulgent Press (which is the personal publisher for only this book). The book includes tons of little graphics on the inside that make the book seem a little crazy and all-over the place at times, but I’m happy to say that it also makes the book a little more fun to read. There are tons of little illustrations in the book as well for further amusement.

Housewife's Guide to the Practical Striptease

Back cover of the book

What makes this book even more awesome is that in some places in the book, it has “Strippers Thoughts” where the author, Miyoko, took the time to interview women who are currently strippers for their first stripping experience, how they battle ingrown-hairs, and what makes them feel sexy. It’s really neat, and it adds a more realistic flavor to the book.

The first chapter is all about “The Fantasy”. It talks about why guys like to hang out in strip bars and why you, as his wife, should want to strip for him. It’s not assuming in the slightest – it just makes a point of the fact that you are reading the book which means that you are interested in stripping.

The second chapter is all about the preparation of the actual show itself. It starts off by talking about how you should go about picking your outfit as well as some neat ideas to pick your outfit, goes into if you want to shave your pubic hair and some patterns many guys like, then moves onto the music section talking about how important music is and gives lots of good song choices for your striptease. After that, it talks about how to do the lighting in your place of striptease to make it more sensual as well as some suggestions of props that you can use and why they are important.

The third chapter is all about the moves you are going to use during your striptease. It goes from the basic moves that you can do while you are standing up, to some floorwork moves, to how to do a lapdance and how to grind. Each move is explained in detail that should make it easy to do if you read the explanation then attempt the move. There aren’t any diagrams that specifically show you exactly what the move looks like, but the explanation is pretty thorough. There are probably about twenty different moves explained in this chapter – even the stripper walk is explain pretty nicely.

Housewife's Guide to the Practical Striptease

Example of inside pages

Instead of just explaining it dully though, the author does actually take the time to include things like “You’ll look sexy” and other encouraging things in case you are feeling self-conscious. She puts a lot of emphasis on doing things that make you feel naturally sexy and avoiding things that make you feel like you are faking it. She even dedicates two pages to talking about how to use your hair to enhance your striptease by flipping your head and using your hair to look sexy.

I was a little disappointed by this chapter since it doesn’t make much mention about the clothing at all. For example, when should you start taking it off? Is it more hot to leave some pieces of clothing on? However, it did do a good job of explaining the moves, so I suppose I can forgive it for that.

Chapter four is all about getting your groove on. It specifically talks about how to get around feeling self-conscious. It stresses that exuding your sexuality like this may cause your partner to want to express sexual desires and fetishes that you didn’t even know he had, so you should keep an open mind. It gives two little “excerpts” of fun for fetishes which are food play and a foot fetish. It ends by giving some great encouragement as well as some don’ts for your first striptease which is to don’t be too serious, don’t get on top of unsteady furniture, don’t change your look the day before you choose to do your striptease, don’t forget to wear the heels, and don’t pick too complicated of an outfit.

Housewife's Guide to the Practical Striptease

Example of the inside pages again

Those four chapters are all fit into this little 60 page book with chapter three taking up the vast majority of the pages at about 25 pages – which is exactly what I’d expect from a book telling me how to striptease. Something else to consider is that this book is extremely heterosexual. The entire book believes that you are the wife in the relationship and that you want to spoil your male husband. There isn’t really place where it explains otherwise.

Aside from that, I do think the book did a good job explaining some basic moves that will help improve your striptease. It talks about how to do a striptease from beginning to end. If anything, I wish it had more moves and more about doing the actual striptease. If you have the confidence to want t try a striptease, though, this is going to send you in the right direction when it comes to exactly what you want to try. However, to learn the moves themselves, it’d probably work best to pick up a DVD that shows, step-by-step how to do the moves. This still does a great job explaining the moves – it really depends on how you best learn.

Overall though, I like this book. The author did a good job of fitting all sorts of information about stripteasing in a 60 page book that can easily be read within a half an hour. It makes stripteases sound really fun, and it even really inspired me to want to try one. I’d recommend it as long as the heterosexual themes won’t bother you – it has good information and covers a lot of the basics. This sex toy store sells this book about how to do a striptease, so pick up The Housewife’s Guide to The Practical Striptease today. To make this book even cheaper, use the EdenFantasys coupon code “EP4” for 15% off your total purchase.

product picture
Book by Miyoko Fujimori
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Indulgent Press

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