Karrine Steffans, the video vixen formerly known as Superhead is back on the scene with a new book to be released in July.
The Vixen Manual: How To Find, Seduce & Keep The Man You Want will hit your favorite book store on July 13. Already, it's selling pretty swiftly on Amazon.com.
In the book, Steffans offers women advice. If you know her sorted pass, sleeping with some of the biggest stars in hip-hop and R&B -- and then detailing it all in her previous books Confessions of a Video Vixen and The Vixen Diaries -- you might ask yourself, what can she tell anyone?
A lot, actually.
In reading the advance copy of the manual, here are some of the gems of knowledge Steffans offers:
"Casual sex comes with an enormous amount of baggage, and I don't mean the adorable vintage Louis Vuitton trunk-set type."
"Having too much casual sex can result in a woman being worn out, and I'm talking literally, in this particular instance. . . And let's not even talk about what sex does to your nether regions. Don't lie ladies. We all know what "porn pussy" looks like."
"When you're the woman guys love bragging about having been with, you can never be comfortable about why men approach you."
And she says this about being that "independent woman" all the singers are making songs about these days:
"A man needs to feel needed. There has to be an opening, a place for him to fit. If we become so independent that we begin to act and talk as if we don't want or need a man at some point in our day and in our lives, no man will ever be there."
And Steffans encourages women to "woo" their man:
"Get into his head before you get into his bed."
"If the local gentleman's club intrigues your man, then don't try to stop him from going. Go with him! During those times when you wish he would just stay home with you instead of chasing his fantasy, turn things around. Become his fantasy. Bring the gentleman's club to him."
Of course, it wouldn't be a real Vixen manual if she didn't give advice about anal sex:
"First of all, anal sex is a huge commitment and something I feel should be saved for your husband. I mean seriously, do you really want a bunch of guys running around telling people they fucked you in the butt? I wish we felt the same way about vaginal and oral sex, but hey one cause at at time, I guess."
Steffans has reinvented herself and in this book she comes off a little judgmental. But I'm sure it's going to sell like hot cakes. Maybe she and Steve Harvey should write a book together.