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Good Vibrations Guide: The G-Spot Paperback – April 28, 1998
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Cathy Wink's is an author and has help countless couples enjoy their own sexuality. Her works include The Good Vibrations Guide to Sex: The Most Complete Sex Manual Ever…,The Good Vibrations Guide: The G-Spot (Good Vibrations Guide To...), The Good Vibrations Guide: Adult Videos (Good Vibrations Guide To...), Sexy Mamas: Keeping Your Sex Life Alive While Raising Kids, and Good Vibrations. Sex, fun and safe.
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Although, the pamphlet explained all the pertinent information on the sexual correlation between the G-spot, the pudenda nerve, and pelvic nerve it didn't actually give me what I was looking for. With all the WHAT, WHERE, and WHEN questions answered for the G-Spot in this publication it was the HOW TO I was looking for and quite frankly this publication never actually gives you a 123 this is how you do it. Of course, I found this publication drowning in clinical studies that pretty much said we (women) all have a G-Spot but every woman's unique and distinct results to G-Spot stimulation are different and individual. So if you're interested in knowing more about the G-Spot this is a good place to start but I will be getting another book on the subject that is more specific in the HOW TO'S.
Also, I really like quotes and personal insights from individuals in books of this nature but I did not enjoy it in this book. It seemed to me the authors of this book included so much personal quotation and individual insight that not only did it seem 35% of the book was filled with it but also lead to contradiction.
This publication did address vaginal erogenous zones beyond the clitoris and G-Spot that I found most interesting and am compelled to study more in the future.
Most importantly, this book relieves women of the fear that they might pee the sheets. It's not pee; there is no stigma, no stain, no stink so turn loose and enjoy complete release. From my personal experience: After your first G-spot gush, you will ask, "What just happened and how soon before we can do it again?"
This book is an excellent start or finish but I also recommend "The Clitoral Truth" which contains a longer, more exhaustive academic exploration of the G-spot and female ejaculation.
I highly recommend this book to all couples!!! This book got 5 stars, but I would have easily given it 10 stars.