Detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to prolong lovemaking and become multi-orgasmic--with the commendable goal of improving couples' happiness, not creating sexual gymnasts. Hartman and Fithian are reputable sex educator/therapists. Their message is that if American men can learn to slow down and enjoy themselves (as do men in certain Eastern cultures, where staying power is revered), their own satisfaction with lovemaking, as well as that of their partner's, will increase. Case histories from their practice indicate that such skills can indeed be learned, so the authors set out the exercises they've used for physical strength (mostly aimed at muscles in the pelvic floor) and increasing sensitivity (masturbation techniques, and partner massage and ""pleasuring"" familiar from previous works). Finally, taking a historical view--""Is All This So Very New?""--Hartman and Fithian conclude that multi-orgasmic men have been common in other-than-American societies, and even occasionally known here. Whether or not ""any man can,"" those who want to try have nothing to lose from following this low-pressure program.