"When he reaches his moment of fulfillment, a small moan from yourself is encouraging to him and quite sufficient to indicate any enjoyment that you may have had." —The Good Wife Guide, 1961
Despite the rise of female sexuality in the 1960s (thank you, Feminine Mystique), many members of the media and publishers alike continued to dole out sex advice that bordered on overly conservative (The Good Wife Guide) or downright slutastic (Cosmopolitan). We blame the dawning of the age of Aquarius, excessive amounts of LSD, and a hazy cloud of smoke for this dumb 1960s sex advice that even your parents probably believed.
We poured over ancient issues of Playboy and dusty self-help books that haven't been touched since 1965 (thank God) to bring you the dumbest of the dumb. Everything from how to discourage a good, old-fashioned necking session (yesterday's necking is today's dry hump) to viewing your stay-at-home wife as a prostitute with paid room and board is in our list, and the only saving grace from these ridiculous tips is the fact that without them, you may never have been born.