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I Love Female Orgasm: An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide Paperback – March 22, 2007
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"One of the most sex-positive, cheerful, and fun sex guides that I've seen in a long time. An amazing book!" -- Charlie Glickman, PhD, Education Program Manager, Good Vibrations
"Savvy, funny, and chock-full of great information, this book is a treasure trove for all of us." -- Judy Norsigian and Heather Stephenson, co-authors of Our Bodies, Ourselves
"The combination of scientific know-how, chatty personal anecdotes, and abundant good humor ... mak[es] the book a pleasure to read." -- Bust magazine, June/July 2007
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I *Heart* Female Orgasm
By Dorian Solot and Marshall Miller
Reviewed by Shannon Pringle for Venus Envy
The cover seduced me. On a simple white background were three black words and one red heart presented with such simple enthusiasm that I was smitten at first sight. The title of the book read I Love Female Orgasm and I thought to myself, "Me too!" I am sure others will agree that this 3-15 seconds of unparalleled rapture is worthy of such a bold declaration.
I Love Female Orgasm: An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide is a fun, refreshing, demystifying and inclusive tour through the world of the female-bodied orgasm. Whether you are looking to have your first orgasm, are not sure if you have ever had an orgasm, are an orgasm connoisseur, or are a partner wanting to know more about women's orgasm, this book contains a wealth of information for you. There are a number of female orgasm books on the market, but this one captured my interest, beyond its frisky title, for its attempt to be inclusive, in its approach and use of language, of people of diverse genders and sexual orientations. There is just so much knowledge to be gained from people who experience their bodies and desires differently from what you may be accustomed to, and I Love Female Orgasm underlines the similarities in the human sexual experience rather than the differences.
There are always new things to learn, myths to deconstruct, and shame to squelch surrounding women's sexuality, and Solot and Miller take on this challenge. They have included chapters on the psychology and physiology of orgasms, masturbation, cunnilingus, intercourse, the g-spot and female ejaculation, sex toys, men and female orgasm, queer orgasms, [...] play, and safer sex and birth control.Read more ›
it had to say (I thought the book was going to be a joke), but
because the title of the book made me laugh. I flipped through a few
pages and decided that I definitely wanted to read some more into it.
I sat down in a chair with my girlfriend and without even realizing
it, read all of the first chapter. I have to say, I learned more from
the first chapter of your book than I have from all of the books and
websites and references on sexuality that I have ever seen in my
life. I told my girlfriend that I HAD to have the book, so she bought
it for me. I read the entire book over the weekend. I made so many
footnotes, bookmarks, and had so many highlighted passages that it
looked like my college textbooks. I have since shared the books with
my family, friends, and girlfriend, all of whom have loved it. Not
only has it increased my sexual awareness by about a bazillion, it
has also brought my sex life to a whole new level.
Dodson seems to cover more of the psychological side (i.e. getting over inhibitions, etc. to better enjoy your own sexuality), and Rubel's was more of a specific "how-to" book (great for ideas, not always medically accurate); Solot and Miller's was a nice mix between the two, medically accurate and laid out in a very reader-oriented style. No slogging through 30-page, under- or over-detailed chapters in novel-sized print.
Not only, as many have said, is this book REALLY basic but i think it actually sends the wrong message! therefor i can't really recommend it for very young adults. it sends the message that sex is an external thing... just a bunch of nerve endings. well, for most people that's not going to actually result in orgasm. for women, the psychological side of sex has a far more intense effect on their ability to orgasm at all. For men this is true as far as men's ability to fully enjoy sex and for sex to be able to grow into something beyond just coming and then feeling tired.
i'd read David Deida "enlightened sex manual" (don't worry, it's actually not fluffy or new agey like it sounds) and "way of the superior man" (for men, an absolute MUST read. more for general knowledge more than just sex itself. trust me on this one. get it)
and especially for women: "slow sex" by Nicole Daedone (FREE videos on youtube as "one taste" and Orgasmic meditation)
for men: also Mantak Chia (multi-orgasmic man, mantak chia taoist secrets of love(for men) will teach you how to seperate orgasm from ejaculation so you can not ejaculate and lose energy as well as it helps with premature ejaculation)
after that "she comes first" by Ian Kerner wasn't bad. pretty good even. all about going down on females. <3
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great book, I would recommend it for any mother to give to her daughter. so great to empower women.Published 1 month ago by Brie S
This book is a great funny easy read for anyone, especially females, having sex or wanting to learn more about their bodies.Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
I suggest that any man would be ahead of the game to buy this book!Published 4 months ago by Loring V Glover
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