Like men, women also can ejaculate, enhancing and intensifying their sexual pleasure. In an open, positive style, Deborah Sundahl presents information about female ejaculation including scientific findings, anatomical illustrations, historical accounts, a chapter on how men can help their female partners to ejaculate, and women’s and men’s experiences collected during the past two decades.
I read this book as a precursor to my human sexuality course that begins next Monday. It's interesting to see the history behind such an integral part to female sexuality, that has been (and still is) shunned for so long. It will also be interesting to see the difference between what this book teaches and what my textbook teaches. Something tells me it will have a very different (and much more conservative) view of things.
Okay, I have to admit that when I picked this one off the shelve I thought maybe it was going to be, you know, just your "mother's orgasm book." And who would want that? No offense. I just didn't want to read it if it was going to be like that okay? Your mom and I are finished and that's all that needs to be said about on that topic. Well, anyway, the fine print on the cover sure set me straight. In the end I found this to be absolutely nothing like your mother's orgasm book. Although, man, if you saw some of the pages she has in hers...hoo HOO! ahh.. where was I? Oh. Right. So, I didn't read the whole thing cos I had to get back to practicing my note-for-note Scorpion solos on my new Charvel while sitting on top of my 4x12. You think I'm kidding don't you? I mean about that last part. Dude, I am NOT kidding. It is awesome. Do have any Charvels? You don't do you. That's cool. You should come over sometime.
Sundahl is one of my heroes: a pioneer in female sexuality since she cofounded and published of On Our Backs, a women's erotica magazine voted one of the 10 most influential magazines of the 1980s. OOb unveiled women's fantasies, introduced sex toys and roleplaying to a larger audience, and encouraged women's communication of their erotic selves. Today Sundahl continues vital sex education through workshops, best-selling videos, and university lectures.
Jumps back and forth between highly technical anatomy and extremely cheesy new age glurge, sometimes within the same paragraph. The former is dry but useful, while the latter is flowery and asinine. Still, not a bad read if you can separate the two.
This is my first book on female ejaculation so I may be a bit biast as I didn’t know a lot of things. If you are supper familiar with female body this book will do nothing for you. And perhaps you would be interested about additional reads discussed in the book instead