Presented in a question-and-answer format, <I>The Orgasm Answer Guide</I> covers everything you could want to know about orgasms but were afraid to ask.
(Janet Christie www.scotsman.com
The authors hit this one out of the park! Their book answers key questions with a unique combination of science, credibility, and caring.
(Judith Steinhart, co-creator of the website, Go Ask Alice!)
This book answers the questions many of us secretly have about orgasms and many we may not even have thought of... until now. Ever wondered why people experience orgasms while asleep? What the U spot is? Or how machines and devices stimulate orgasms? Then this book is for you.
(Lou Paget, author of The Big O
A must-read for every couple. Pulling together reliable information from hundreds of sources, <I>The Orgasm Answer Guide</I> will expand your frame of reference beyond your personal experience. Written for a broad audience, I suspect it will nevertheless become a valuable reference for sexual health professionals.
(Mark Schoen, SexSmartFilms.com)
Orgasm may be the ultimate subjective experience; it's impossible to know what another's climax is like. Yet these fascinating scientists and graceful writers deliver a book that reveals orgasm's universal truths.
(Daniel Bergner, author of The Other Side of Desire
Exhaustive, sweetly sex-positive, and funny in that unflappable science-nerd way.
Contributors, who are sexuality researchers and educators, give accessible, compassionate, research-based answers to 80 questions about orgasm. Good illustrations and comprehensive references complement a work that will be a valuable resource for sexuality educators and practitioners, and a great addition to the sexuality self-help genre. Highly recommended.
Beverly Whipple, sexuality researcher and coauthor with Alice Ladas of the international best-selling book <I>The G-Spot and Other Discoveries about Human Sexuality</I>, teams up with neuroscientist Barry R. Komisaruk and endocrinologist Carlos Beyer-Flores to illustrate a complete picture of one of the most electrifying and mysterious parts of human sexuality—orgasm. From the definition of orgasm to the effects of disease, aging, and drugs, to neurochemistry of orgasm and finally leading up to its connection with the brain, through this comprehensive and interesting journey, many questions about 'one of life’s greatest pleasures' are answered.
(European Association for BodyPsychotherapy Newsletter
<B>Barry R. Komisaruk </B>is Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology at Rutgers University. <B>Beverly Whipple</B> is a professor emerita at Rutgers University and a certified sexuality educator, counselor, and researcher. <B>Sara Nasserzadeh</B> is a certified psychosexual therapist. <B>Carlos Beyer-Flores</B> is head of the Laboratorio CIRA of the University of Tlaxcala and CINVESTAV in Mexico. Komisaruk, Beyer-Flores, and Whipple are coauthors of <I>The Science of Orgasm</I>, also published by Johns Hopkins.