Above: Laura Bush makes an appearance with one of her favorite masturbatory tools, one she stuffs her hand inside of rectally.
Chicago - Laura Bush today announced the publication of her second book entitled The Pleasures of Masturbation. Appearing on the Oprah Winfrey show in Chicago, Mrs. Bush revealed to the audience of mostly women, her latest publication.
Mrs. Bush's new book is decidedly geared towards a different market than her previous endeavor. In April of year Mrs. Bush and her daughter Jenna authored a children's book called �Read All About It!".
When asked why now a book on Masturbation, Mrs. Bush told Oprah, that "While I absolutely adore children and children's literature, I also adore masturbation and felt that as First Lady, since I have not done much else, I could open a new dialog about sex and masturbation with American women."
As described by Mrs. Bush, her latest book provides a timeline of her various introductions and experimentation with masturbation and her on-going affinity for the sex act as well as outlining in her mind many of the advantages and justifications for women that masturbating has to offer. While Mrs. Bush encouraged Oprah viewers to read her book, she also was excited to share some of her thinking on the subject with them.
First, as a conservative religious woman, Mrs. Bush described how young women today could, through masturbation, experience both sex and abstinence at the same time. Mrs. Bush told Oprah "Masturbation represents the best of both worlds for young women today. They can enjoy the pleasures of sex and at the same time save themselves for the man they will marry."
Secondly, Mrs. Bush told the applauding audience that masturbation is completely safe and an excellent way to avoid sexually transmitted diseases. Mrs. Bush described how, through masturbation, women can feel both fulfilled and protect their reputations at the same time. "I mean, look at me," Mrs. Bush told the Oprah. "I'm librarian type and you know what, I get more than any woman I know. While it may be mostly all by myself, I have maintained an honest marriage and a holy reputation while always being sexually fulfilled."
Displaying a sense of humor rarely displayed in her seven years as First Lady, Mrs. Bush told Oprah "Look, some men should read book too. And I can think of one former resident of the White House who would have been well served by self gratification. I mean stuff is scandal free and you would never get impeached for it."
Mrs. Bush also told Oprah to tell women out there that there is not a better time to start masturbating. With the economy being the way it is and stress levels on the increase, due to high unemployment and increasing debt, masturbation is a great way to cope with stress. Mrs. Bush added that "with out going into great detail, masturbating is free or real cheap. From what I hear even Wal-Mart sells sex toys these days."
When asked by Oprah how her husband, President Bush, felt about her writing book on masturbation, Mrs. Bush stated, "George has been very supportive of me on , and he is the first to admit that being President of the United States can be a stressful job. When you carry the weight of the world on your shoulders, one's sexual performance may suffer."