After his death in 1421, Lan Xang collapsed into warring factions for the next 100 years.In 1520, Photisarath came to the throne and moved the capital from Luang Prabang to Vientiane to avoid a Burmese invasion.Laurie Mintz exposes the broader cultural problem that’s perpetuating this gap, and what we can do about it.Pulling together evidence from biology, sociology, linguistics, and sex therapy into one comprehensive, accessible, and prescriptive book, tackles both personal and political problems and replaces them with updated outlooks and practical skills needed to change our collective perspective on sex.Laos applied for membership of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in 1997; on 2 February 2013, it was granted full membership.
In 1893, it became a French protectorate, with the three territories uniting to form what is now known as the country of Laos.Shortly after independence, a long civil war ended the monarchy, when the Communist Pathet Lao movement came to power in 1975. It espouses Marxism–Leninism and is governed by the Lao People's Revolutionary Party, in which the party leadership is dominated by military figures.The Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Vietnam People's Army continue to have significant influence in Laos. Other large cities include Luang Prabang, Savannakhet and Pakse. Laos is a multi-ethnic country, with the politically and culturally dominant Lao people making up approximately 55 percent of the population, mostly in the lowlands.And a chapter at the end for male partners to read. ” — Book Riot “A fun and empowering reminder that sexual dissatisfaction is not inevitable….does a good job questioning these basic assumptions, re-orienting us to another vision of what sex can be, and giving practical advice on how to be a boss bitch during sex.” — Feministing “Laurie Mintz, a professor of psychology at the University of Florida, wins this year’s award for best book title.” — New York Times “You’ll be reading for pleasure in more ways than one.” — Bustle “A manifesto for today’s orgasmic insurrection…. Becoming Cliterate will help many women reach their orgasm objectives.” — Los Angeles Review of Books “Fun, funny, and empowering.