How not to read Edgar Joseph’s lips in Anonymous Nipples
Anonymous Nipples is a bedside compendium that addresses the communication gap between couples.
Written by Joseph Edgar, the book aims at bringing out things people shy away from discussing in the open.
On whether the book contains erotic stories, Edgar says, “No. They are matters of fact engagements that should generate and lead discussions in the bedroom.”
He continues, “it is not porn, neither is it erotic, so, it should not be classified as part of that genre,” Edgar says.
The book is a serious attempt at engaging one another in critical discussions — An attempt to engender discussions around issues that people would rather not talk about, or at best, whisper them in dark spots, beer parlours, or in beauty salons without really having the discussions with those who matter the most: their partners.
“When I produced Jude Idada’s play, 3some, which touches on issues that are considered as taboo, like nudity, forbidden love, incest, ‘kinky’ sex, self-love, we got tremendous feedback that there was a gaping hole in society, as people didn’t even know how to address them and in turn continued to suffer broken relationships all because they could not communicate with one another.
“We got a lot of requests for the play to come back. Also, we got a lot of requests for more information on these matters. This is why we are bringing Anonymous Nipples as a bedside compendium of explanations and truth-based discussions on issues that would generate and lead conversations.”
Edgar says, “very critical and adult issues like the growing popularity of sex toys in our lives today, the growing phenomenon of same-sex relationships despite legislation against it, masturbation, body image issues especially amongst our womenfolk and other such exciting and usually engaging topics that we, however, stay away from discussing.”
Looking at the number of pages, he said, “For now, we are working on about 100 pages because they will be interspersed by some good pictures contributed by Ibi Sofekun and Femi Olude. We also have Marvelous Dominion gracing the cover. Marvelous was the eclectic character in 3some. She is reprising her role here but this time in print. This is why we call it the naked truth and it is actually for the bold and courageous seeking to maintain not only sexual bliss in their relationships but also engendering healthy and beautiful relations with their partners.
“It’s a must-read for true seekers of inner peace.”