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A Hand in the Bush: The Fine Art of Vaginal Fisting Paperback – July 28, 1997
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Addington paints a very clear picture of this very intimate art in direct and often gritty terms; it is a graphic work about a graphic (and possibly intimidating) practice. Some of her favorite nouns and verbs are a little edgy; if four letter words describing sexual acts offend you, you might want to bypass this one.
On the other hand, (pardon the pun) "A Hand in the Bush" is an excellent guide to the ins and outs of vaginal fisting. Topics covered include safety, communications, troubleshooting, and lots of good common sense. The FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) covers the topic well, with sections on safety, what's involved, injuries and how to avoid them, who are likely candidates, and what to avoid (for instance: force, lack of consent, and hangnails, to mention only a few.)
This is presented with a great deal of care, and with a level of intimacy I rarely see in non fiction. I laughed, and I cried. There is a great amount of joy in the reading, and yes, some sorrow.
"What's Involved" may help to clarify the tone of the book: "Two(or more) willing participants, lots and lots of artificial lubricants, a good manicure and/or latex gloves, and communication, communication, communication. Did I mention communication? Communication is most definitely required."
Fisting is an art that requires lots of care, good observation skills, and yes, lots of communication.Read more ›
But even if the reader is disappointed by the quantity of written material, they will not be disappointed by the quality. The author quite obviously knows what she is talking about and has produced a very clear and concise guide to an exotic activity that is one of the less understood forms of pleasure sharing available to adventurous and exploratory couples. Addington discusses safety information, hand positions, necessary and desirable supplies to have on hand, and even more obscure topics such as fisting after a hysterectomy. There is one personal account by a woman who tried fisting but did not enjoy it. I would have liked to have seen more varied accounts, especially stories about difficulties (whether overcome or not) and problems with fisting.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This isn't a story book. This is a book that anyone who is considering vaginal fisting should read. Very quick read.Published 2 days ago by Sarah Turtle
Very informative and informational. I found it to be very helpful... Now I just have to get my girlfriend to read it.Published 2 months ago by J
very insight full highly recomend for curious folks with open mindsPublished 6 months ago by Joseph Welch
Fun and informative. I've had one woman in my life that I have fisted, and while there were no difficulties, I think she was embarrassed that she was "so big down there"... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
This appears to be the only book in existence which is solely about vaginal fisting. That wouldn't be a bad thing, except that this book really doesn't fulfil the needs of anyone... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Too the elbow and beyond ......Not really were working on it and it takes time and enjoy reading it togetherPublished 16 months ago by D.James
I was expecting a book of useful proverbs and idiomatic expressions of the English language. Instead it appeared to be some sort of sexual manual.Published 17 months ago by BigKev