isn't necessarily the same way you would want someone to love you. After all, when it comes to individuality, it's no more apparent than while examining someone's sexual style. Each and every one of us is unique.
Tongue-in-cheek author Adrian Colesbury hosts a tool on his site which allows you to create a how-to guide to you, your body and your fetishes.
Adrian explains: "Writing your book will be simple and fun. You answer a few questions about your likes and dislikes on a particular topic, say making out, then the How to Make Love to® engine generates a slug of text based on your answers.
"Finally, you can add a story of your own about making out. Once you've written as many chapters as you'd like, you'll be able to share your book with someone who would like to learn about how to make love to you."
Now that sounds like the perfect Christmas present that will leave everyone smiling.
Paraphila is an umbrella term used to cover the family of philias. In sexology, it is sometimes more widely used to cover atypical sexual interests or deviances. While the word paraphilia may seem alien, the philias it encompasses may seem slightly familiar. Think fetishes and unusual desires and you're on the right track!