As evidenced by Kim Cattrall of Sex and the City fame, if you play a nymphomaniac on television, the only logical thing to do with all your faux sexploits is to put out a book on your real sexploits. The True Blood god of g-spots and gettin’ down, Ryan Kwanten, is following suit by writing a sex guide called The G-Strategy.
Click more to find out whether the key to a fantastic sex life involves vampire sacrifice, all your partners being murdered by supernatural beings, or “V” induced orgasms!
[pullquote quote=”One of my friends said his sex life has never been better! They’ve just taken it as gospel.” credit=”Ryan Kwanten”]
On True Blood, Ryan Kwanten plays the sweet, sex-crazed and slightly stupid, Jason Stackhouse. In real life, Kwanten is a man with a mission…that probably doesn’t involve missionary position.
His book is already a prized possession amongst his friends:
I gave it to a couple of my friends and they’ve got back to me sort of a week or two later, saying, ‘Oh my God, Ryan! Where did you get it? I didn’t tell them that I wrote it, and they got back to me a week or two later saying, ‘Oh my God! This is really helping me out.’ One of my friends said his sex life has never been better! They’ve just taken it as gospel.
The last time Jason Stackhouse was really into gospel with the Fellowship of the Sun, he had sex with the preacher’s wife so that totally makes sense!
We’re not really clear who his audience is and we’re not really sure he is either. He describes his audience as:
Predominantly with men, it’s more the finance-type world. With those, you’ve got the Wall Street guys that lap up anything that’s a chance to make a quick buck. And then with the women, I guess it’s sort of the more…emotional sort of type stuff that’s gonna make you happy.
Way to be gender progressive, Kwanten. “Finance-type world?” “Emotional sort of type stuff?” So, it’s a like a Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus with vampires, werewolves, and libidinous, immortal Greek chicks? Wait, that sounds slightly awesome.
Ryan Kwanten’s slightly awesome “pillow book” is set to appear on shelves next year and awaits an Oprah special episode as well her book club queue. Kwanten says, “If Oprah will have me, that would be kind of hilarious. But I still don’t know whether we’re going to pitch it as a satire…or as a real self-help book.”
Even without reading it, we are pretty sure we can help you out with that decision, Ryan.