This is Not Your Mother's Orgasm Book, by Deborah Sundahl... with forewords by Alice Ladas, coauthor of The G-Spot and Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D.
Since ancient times, sensualists have known about the role of the G-spot, or female prostate gland, in bringing a woman to intense arousal and giving her intense pleasure. Less well known, but equally powerful, is the ability of the G-spot to ejaculate -- to swell and release or eject fluid spontaneously or when erotically stimulated. In Female Ejaculation and the G-spot, Deborah Sundahl presents an open, positive and down to earth discussion that will help women reconnect with their G-spot and discover their natural ability to ejaculate. Her approach respects women’s doubts and fears, while inviting those who are ready to jump right in to connect with their energy, power and desire.
The first book to fully explore the subject, Female Ejaculation and the G-spot combines scientific facts, detailed illustrations and historical information with the real-life experiences of women and men. It shows that far from being just a curiosity, female ejaculation can open the door to new dimensions of spiritual and physical release for all women and their lovers.
TOPICS INCLUDE...A description of a typical workshop in which women first learn to find their G-spot...the ABC's of ejaculating... exercises, sexual positions, techniques and toys that can help a woman enhance her ejaculation experience, first alone, then with a partner...the ancient and sacred history of “female waters” and the therapeutic and spiritual role of female ejaculation...the role of partners in helping women explore the G-spot and suggestions for how to process the emotions this intense experience evokes.
Deborah Sundahl has been a leading expert on female ejaculation for more than fifteen years. She has written and lectured extensively on the subject, and has also created top-selling videos including How to Female Ejaculate: Find Your G-Spot and Tantric Journey: Awaken Your G-Spot. One forward is by legendary author Alice Ladas, who coauthored The G-Spot, the first book on the subject, which sold over a million copies; a second foreword is by Annie Sprinkle, the internationally acclaimed performance artist and feminist pleasure activist.