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Women's Anatomy of Arousal Paperback – September 1, 2009
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Sheri says, "It's hard to believe that in this day and age, so much information about female genital anatomy is missing from our science, our media and our minds...Very few people know about these parts or understand how they enable both reproduction and erotic ecstasy...Many professionals, including sex teachers and gynecologists, don't have accurate or complete maps, either." And Sheri does a great job of remedying our ignorance with this book.
Women's Anatomy of Arousal is filled with info sure to enable women to higher levels of sexual ecstasy, and to enlighten men on how to become any woman's dream lover. The book is divided into three sections, with section one being "Maps, Models and Mistakes."This includes a list of five different types of orgasms, the definition of wholistic sex, the definition of sexual energy, the differences between men and women when it comes to sex, and lots more. There are tons of drawings from various traditions of couples engaged in love making.
Section two is "Journey to the Origin of the World," with the first chapter being "Welcome to the Yoniverse" (a great pun; for those of you who don't get it, "yoni" refers to female genitals). There are many drawings and diagrams of female "sacred places." WOW. I didn't realize we varied so much! There is also a chapter on female erections and another on the vagina. There is a list of the various hormones that make us enjoy sex and fall in love, plus much more.Read more ›
I have been a doula as well as birthing my 6 kiddos naturally....I had resigned myself to being satisfied with my ability to birth naturally and help others reach that goal, but had given up on ever having orgasm. I've tried to be content with the success and sacredness of the procreating part of my sexuality, and accept that I just wasn't ever gonna really like or 'get' the sex part. One of the important things I discovered through Sheri's book was that so much of the feelings and words I use with my doula clients are mirrored in sexual response. Why this surprised me, I don't know, but her book helped me tap into those resources. I've always loved birth, but now I can say I've experienced BOTH sides of my female sexuality. Of course there's much more than this particular connection in the book, but it was one point that really helped me due to my experiences with giving and coaching birth.
I can't say what made me order this particular book except that I had been having a mind and heart shift recently, read the reviews, and I dared to grasp a shimmer of hope that someone could help me try again. Thankfully, Sheri's Women's Anatomy of Arousal was a perfect fit.Read more ›
I'll argue that a confident lover WANTS more guidance and an unconfident lover says he doesn't. Both types will benefit to great lengths (and widths) from this Operating Manual. That's right, fellas, this book grows your EPS ("effective penis size") from the new insights one gets about what makes women tick (and get off), from the anatomical information that really shows the schematics and how all the parts actually work (finally!), and from the really, really useful techniques to up one's game.
One of the coolest things about the book is that it's delivered in clear, fun, funny, playful, coquettish, yet seriously informed language, tone, and style. It busted my stereotype of books "like this," that they are either too clinical, too woo-woo, or too chick flick. Instead, it was like the author's a bigger football fan than I am -- but I can really hang with her, and she still knows how to make me feel I'm a man.
And you know what, the insights and guidance really do work. I mean, I'm applying it and I'm a better lover (because I have much better understanding of how to "work it"), having greater sex than before, and really giving, as well as getting, a lot more pleasure.
Thank you Sheri Winston!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best book to orient women to exploring and embracing the pleasurable sensory experiences of sexuality.Published 5 days ago by Dr. Lovina Chahal
Very eye opening, even for me (a woman). I have learned so much about a woman's body. Glad my friend recommended this book to me.Published 10 days ago by Happy knitter
From a male's perspective the book was somewhat informative but found myself rushing through it just to be done with it.Published 12 days ago by igjoemedic
It's a must! Got it for daughter and niece! Wish I'd had it when I was their age!Published 14 days ago by Ann Schumacher
The book is full of interesting information about the woman's anatomy, menstrual cycle etc. However don't expect that just after reading it, you will have the big O immediately. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Irene Goldberg
Sheri Winston's work is a gift to this world at time when more than ever we need it. Buy this book for yourself and everyone you know. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tara Girshick
Great book, written primarily for women, but with many gems for guys wishing to become an artful lover.Published 2 months ago by Reluctant Reader
Very complete and easy to follow. A great resource for men and women, even though it is written for women.Published 3 months ago by Pamela Ballard