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True Blood Star’s Sex Guide

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It’s recently come to our attention that Ryan Kwanten, handsome star of True Blood, is writing a sex guide. Judging by his TV performances, he’s not faking his success with the opposite sex so it seems like we all may have something to learn from him.

Ryan is reported as saying he hasn’t yet decided whether the book will be a satire or a genuine self-help guide. But do we care? Let’s face it, girls (and guys too) if it’s about Ryan and sex, we want in – right? Apparently, the book has something to offer both sexes. If he needs a willing research partner, may I offer my services now…
But if Ryan’s steamy scenes on True Blood are anything to go by, he really doesn’t need any help in writing The G-Strategy. We just felt it was only polite to offer our services!

It seems that off screen too, Mr. Kwanten really does know what he’s talking about when it comes to sex, which friends lining up for any advice he has to offer. The sickeningly good looking Ryan handed out the book to his buddies without telling them he wrote it. Their response was a resounding thumbs up. ‘Oh my God! This is really helping me out,’ one such grateful friend is reported as saying. Apparently, for those who have followed the advice offered in The G-Strategy, they have never had better sex!

So when can we get our hands on this sex gospel? The middle of 2011 is the anticipated publication date so we have to hang on for a little while yet. But it sounds like it will be worth the wait.

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